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Series: La guerra del Duce

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Dall' Unità d'Italia alla Grande Guerra1
Dall' Unità d'Italia alla Grande Guerra by Rodolfo Gatti1
Dall'Irredentismo agli anni del consenso by Rodolfo Gatti2
L'Italia fascista by Rodolfo Gatti3
L'Africa Orientale Italiana by Rodolfo Gatti4
L'Africa Orientale Italiana4
L'Impero by Rodolfo Gatti5
Il Patto d'Acciaio by Rodolfo Gatti7
Venti di guerra by Rodolfo Gatti8
L'entrata in guerra by Rodolfo Gatti9
Africa settentrionale e Campagna di Russia by Rodolfo Gatti10
Guerra al bolscevismo by Rodolfo Gatti11
Stati Uniti all'attacco! by Rodolfo Gatti12
... e la guerra continua13
1942 Prima parte by Rodolfo Gatti14
1942 Seconda parte by Rodolfo Gatti15
1942 Terza parte by Rodolfo Gatti16
1942 Quarta parte by Rodolfo Gatti17
Barbarie nemica by Rodolfo Gatti18
L'Italia divisa19
L'ultimo atto by Rodolfo Gatti20

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