Italy, World War Two, Historiography
Classical English language analysis of Italy's role in the Second World War has done poorly in its attempt to accurately the Italian military's contribution to the Axis cause. Basing their analysis on flawed sources, historians in the intermediate post war era got much incorrect. Many of the staples of the World War Two genre still base much of their writing on these writers. This paper concludes by exploring the two most important modern writers who specialize in this area of military history.
"The Italian Army in the Second World War: A Historiographical Analysis,"
The Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History: Vol. 5:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/gljuh/vol5/iss1/2