Fra guerra, aviazione e politica. Giulio Douhet, 1914-1916

Fra guerra, aviazione e politica. Giulio Douhet, 1914-1916
by Giancarlo Finizio

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Sulla scorta di una vasta documentazione in parte inedita, fra cui i verbali della Commissione d'inchiesta su Caporetto, vengono analizzate le vicende biografiche e gli scritti di Giulio Douhet nel cruciale periodo 1914-1916, inquadrandole nel più ampio ed articolato contesto delle coeve relazioni fra la sfera politica e quella militare della classe dirigente italiana. Attraverso un esame incrociato condotto per la prima volta su fonti di varia tipologia, il pensiero e l'azione di Douhet negli anni della Grande Guerra vengono riconsiderati nella loro concretezza storica e nelle loro non poche contraddizioni, diventando al tempo stesso l'occasione per un nuovo esame di diversi aspetti politico-militari salienti dei primi anni della partecipazione dell'Italia alla Prima guerra mondiale. Fanno così la loro apparizione sul palcoscenico del libro, accanto a Douhet, numerosi personaggi di primo piano dell'epoca, quali Luigi Cadorna, Antonio Salandra, Sidney Sonnino, Salvatore Barzilai, Andrea Torre, Leonida Bissolati, Luigi Albertini, Giuseppe De Felice Giuffrida, Michele Gortani, Francesco Ruffini, Gaetano Mosca, Scipione Borghese, Ugo e Roberto Brusati, e molti altri. Il volume offre altresì la prima ricostruzione completa del processo di Douhet nel 1916 per l'affaire del 'memoriale', con l'edizione della relativa documentazione archivistica.

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