"Mare nostrum" a "la politica mussoliniana"
"Mare nostrum" and "la politica mussoliniana"
diploma thesis [DEFENDED]
- Kvalifikační práce 
Faculty / Institute
Faculty of Social Sciences
Department of Political Science
Date of defense
26. 6. 2006
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Tato práce neskromně usiluje o to, načrtnout územní zájmy Italského království (zejména pak jeho fašistické epochy) ve středomořském prostoru a osvětlit postavení Itálie v tomto regionu. Pojmem mare nostrum velký význam pro problematiku této práce, protože představuje odkaz, na který se odvolávaly italské expanzivní ambice. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
This thesis deals with the Mediterranean region vis-á-vis the fascist imperial plan that contain acquisitions or leastwise enforcements of all Mediterranean coast. It is a specific analysis thoroughly tackling the issue in geopolitical and historic context. Despite the fact that the topic is extremely interesting it has not been properly described thusfar in Czech research or scientific literature. The Roman Empire ruled the entire coastline of the Mediterranean sea and from its center on the Apennine peninsula managed to control the whole region through its political ability and as well as due to the central location at the Mediterranean sea. Because of the fact that, the Romans were able to expand their authority to all Mediterranean region thus it became an embosomed field. That's why the Romans called it "mare nostrum." Additionally, this thesis is concerned with endeavours to restore the Roman Empire to its former glory that were active in all phases of its historical development following its disintegration. The central position of the Apennine peninsula in the Mediterranean sea, which favours Italy ability to control the entire sea, enticed the liberal governments of the Italian kingdom to expand. However, only Mussolini's new activist and aggressive policy made these plans more concrete and to a...