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SERBIAN‐ITALIAN RELATIONS: History and Modern Times

Editors in chief: Srđan Rudić, Ph.D., Prof. Antonello Biagini, Ph.D.
Editor:
Biljana Vučetić, Ph.D.

The link between the Italian and the Serbian national movement is explained in this paper through the presence of Italians in Serbia in the first half of the 19th century. At the time of Napoleon’s reign in Italy, marquis Filippo Paulucci (1779–1849) from Modena fled from home and entered the Russian service, and as a Russian envoy was negotiating with the leader of the First Serbian Uprising, Karađorđe. After the Congress of Vienna in 1814/15, under pressure of the reactionary policy of the Viennese court in Italy, carbonari and doctors, Vito Romita (?–1828) and Bartolomeo Kunibert (1800–1815) stayed in Serbia, the former until 1827 and the latter until 1839. Due to the revolutionary events in Europe in 1848/49, the Government of Piedmont (Italian: Piemonte), as part of a comprehensive political plan to create an Italian‐South Slavic‐Hungarian front against Austria, founded a consulate in Belgrade in 1849. Marcelo Cerutti (March–November 1849) and his brother Luigi Cerutti (November 1849–March 1850) performed the duty until the closure of the consulate in March 1850.

Keywords: Italians, Serbia, 19th century, Filippo Paulucci, Vito Romita, Bartolomeo Kunibert, Marcello Cerutti, Italian legion.

 

Table of contents

Radomir J. Popović - ITALIANS IN SERBIA IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY
Danko Leovac - THE SERBIAN QUESTION, RUSSIA AND ITALIAN UNIFICATION (1859–1866)
Jovana Ivetić - DIPLOMATIC MISSION OF DIMITRIJE MATIĆ IN ROME DURING 1878
Alessandro Vagnini - ITALY AND SERBIA: FROM ASSASSINATION OF ALEKSANDAR OBRENOVIĆ TO THE PIG WAR
Alberto Becherelli - SERBIA AND THE BALKAN WARS IN THE REPORTS OF THE ITALIAN MILITARY ATTACHÉ IN BELGRADE, CARLO PAPA DI COSTIGLIOLE
Uroš Urošević - BETWEEN ORIENTALISM AND REALPOLITIK: SERBIA IN WRITINGS OF EDOARDO SCARFOGLIO AND CARLO SFORZA
Giordano Merlicco - ITALY AND THE AUSTRO‐SERBIAN CRISIS OF JULY 1914
Giuseppe Motta - THE BIRTH OF YUGOSLAVIA. A VISION FROM ITALY (1918‐20)
Antonello Biagini - ITALIAN PENETRATION IN THE BALKANS AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MONTENEGRO IN THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ITALY AND SERBIA DURING WORLD WAR I (1914–18)
Andrea Carteny - ITALY, END OF THE GREAT WAR AND THE UNION OF MONTENEGRO WITH SERBIA: DETAILS FROM ITALIAN DOCUMENTATION
Stanislav Sretenović - MEMORY OF THE BREAK OF THE SALONIKA FRONT: AN ASPECT OF FRANCO‐ITALIAN RIVALRY IN THE KINGDOM OF SERBS, CROATS AND SLOVENES, 1918–1929
Dalibor Denda - ACTIVITIES OF YUGOSLAV MILITARY INTELIGENCE SERVICE TOWARDS ITALY 1918 – 1941
Vasilije Dragosavljević - INFLUENCES OF ITALIAN FASCISM ON IDEOLOGY AND POLITICAL PRACTICE OF THE ORGANISATION OF YUGOSLAV NATIONALISTS (ORJUNA)
Miljan Milkić - DIPLOMACY THROUGH THE CULTURE: YUGOSLAV CULTURAL INFLUENCE IN ITALY 1947‐1954
Saša Mišić - NORMALISATION OF POLITICAL RELATIONS BETWEEN YUGOSLAVIA AND ITALY AFTER THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING OF 1954
Roberto Sciarrone - ITALY AND SERBIA’S EUROPEAN UNION CANDIDACY: PERSPECTIVES FOR COOPERATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Biljana Vučetić - AN OVERVIEW OF SERBIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY ON SERBIAN‐ITALIAN RELATIONS

Editorial Board

Academician Dragoljub Živojinović (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts)
Srdjan Rudić, Ph.D (The Institute of History, Belgrade)
Biljana Vučetić, Ph.D (The Institute of History, Belgrade)
Prof. Antonello F. Biagini, Ph.D (Sapienza University of Rome)
Alberto Becherelli, Ph.D (Sapienza University of Rome)
Andrea Carteny, Ph.D (Sapienza University of Rome)

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