|Statement||John F. Pollard.|
|LC Classifications||DG571 .P593 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||85005889|
This book examines the relations between the Vatican and the Fascist regime in Italy during the period The author sets out what he believes to be the long-term consequences of the crisis, and in so doing challenges a number of previously accepted interpretations. The Vatican and Italian fascism, a study in conflict. [John F Pollard] -- This is a study of relations between the Vatican and the Fascist regime in Italy in the most troubled and crucial phase of their relationship, the period The Vatican and Italian Fascism, by John Pollard, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Vatican and Italian Fascism, John Pollard /5(5). The book is good on the contending forces within each camp: the radical, anticlerical elements within fascism and the democratic faction within Catholicism. The Vatican and Italian Fascism, | .
Scholarly volume exploring the Vatican and Italian Fascist regime's "marriage of convenience" between Octavo (cm); navy blue paper-covered boards, with The Vatican & Italian Fascism, A Study in Conflict by [ITALY] POLLARD, John FBook Edition: First Edition. Reviews: John F. Pollard, The Vatican and Italian Fascism, A Study in Conflict, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ; xiii + pp; £ Peter C. Kent European History Quarterly 3, Author: Peter C. Kent. God and the Fascists Author: Karlheinz Deschner Reviewed by Peter Gorenflos The Vatican, the "Roman Question" and Fascism. Why - after almost half a century - there is finally an American edition of Karlheinz Deschners masterpiece God and the Fascists (Prometheus Books)?. Because it is very timely; because it is in danger, quite unjustly, of falling into oblivion; and because it disrupts the. Part of the Cold War History Series book series (CWH) Abstract. Italy was on the ‘front line’ in two senses during the Cold War. The Vatican and Italian Fascism, – A Study in Conflict (Cambridge, ), pp. –8. Pollard J. () The Vatican, Italy and the Cold War. In: Kirby D. (eds) Religion and the Cold War. Cold Cited by: 4.
Book Description This book examines the relations between the Vatican and the Fascist regime in Italy during the period The author sets out what he believes to be the long-term consequences of the crisis, and in so doing challenges a Author: John F. Pollard. The diplomatic dimension: Italian foreign policy and the Vatican, ; 5. The Catholic offensive: Catholic action and the regime, ; 6. The crisis of ; 7. From the archive, 12 February Fascism and the Vatican Originally published in the Manchester Guardian on 12 February Sat 12 Feb EST First published on Author: Guardian Staff. (London ), ; J. Pollard, The Vatican and Italian Fascism, (Cambridge ); Journal of Contemporary History Vol 42 No 3 years of fascist rule and despite phases of anti-catholic rhetoric (stemming from the enduringly anti-clerical strand within fascism) and attacks on catholic.