When the Subaltern Speak: Memory of Genocide in Colonial Libya 1929 to 1933

@article{Ahmida2006WhenTS,
  title={When the Subaltern Speak: Memory of Genocide in Colonial Libya 1929 to 1933},
  author={A. A. Ahmida},
  journal={Italian Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={61},
  pages={175 - 190}
}
Abstract This essay challenges Eurocentric views of the 'benign' nature of Italian Fascism by exploring the genocide in Libya between 1929 and 1933. It looks at the ways in which this experience has generally been elided from historical accounts of Fascism that look only at Europe. In addition to detailing the brutality of the regime's treatment of the Libyan population, it also draws on oral history and folk poetry as a means of establishing the ongoing legacy of Italy's presence in Libya. 

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