Книга: Evans David «Understand Mussolini's Italy»

Understand Mussolini's Italy

Серия: "Teach Yourself"

Mussolini's Italy is a compelling introduction to this infamous fascist dictator and his extraordinary rule. Though sometimes regarded as a farcical ruler, Mussolini's'brutal friendship'with Hitler and his tyrannical killing of over a million people cannot be ignored as crucial aspects of modern European history. David Evans'pacy and nuanced analysis of the rise and fall of this colourful yet dangerous dictator, will keep you gripped from beginning to end.

Издательство: "Hodder&Stoughton" (2012)

ISBN: 978-1-444-15750-5

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Evans, David

(6 February 1874, Resolven, Glamorganshire, Wales – 17 May 1948, Rhosllannerchrugog, near Wrexham)
   Composed hymn tunes including Charterhouse, Erfyniad, Ton-Mân, and Lucerna Laudoniae. His harmonizations of many traditional tunes are found in The Hymnal 1982, and the Pilgrim Hymnal. (at)

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