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Andrea Ungari (Rome, 1971) is Adjunct Professor in History and Theory of Movements and Political Parties at LUISS-Guido Carli. He taught History of International RelationsComparative History of European Political Systems and Contemporary History in the same University and History of Italy at the Master in Parliament and Public Policies.

He got his Ph.D. in History at Istituto di Studi Politici “San Pio V”, in Rome. He is member of the International Society for First World War Studies and member of Scientific Committee for the Museum of Italian Army. He is a referee for the publications of the Historical Office of the Italian Army and a Scientific Representative in the Conference of Italian Regions on the Technical-Scientific Committee for the Tutela del Patrimonio Storico della Prima Guerra Mondiale. He is City Councilman in Leonessa (RI) for the years 2014-2019. He is a contributor of the Historical Review Nuova Rivista Storica and collaborator of the Historical Office of the Italian Army and of the Air Force.

Among his publications:

–              Due Repubbliche. Politiche e istituzioni in Italia dal delitto Moro a Berlusconi, M. Gervasoni-A. Ungari (a cura di), Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli, 2014;

–             Aldo Cucchi, Il Mito di Stalin nell’Europa orientale, A. Ungari (a cura di), Il Canneto, Genova, 2014;

–            New Italian Nationalism, in The New Nationalism and the First World War, L. Rosenthal-V. Rodic (edited by), Palgrave Mcmillan, London, 2014;

–            Atlante Geopolitico del Mediterraneo 2014, F.Anghelone-A. Ungari (a cura di), Datanews, Roma, 2014;
–           Alberto Cavaciocchi, Gli italiani in guerra, A. Ungari (a cura di), Milano, Mursia, 2014;

–            L’Italia e la guerra di Libia cent’anni dopo, L. Micheletta-A. Ungari (a cura di), Studium, Roma, 2013;

–            I monarchici e la politica estera italiana dal 1947 al 1954, in Luciano Monzali-Andrea Ungari, I monarchici e la politica estera italiana nel secondo dopoguerra, Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli, 2012, pp. 16-155;

–          The Official Inquiry into the Italian Defeat at the Battle of Caporetto (October 1917), in “The Journal of Military History”, vol. 76, n. 3, July 2012, pp. 695-726;

–          Aldo Moro e il Movimento sociale italiano, in Aldo Moro nell’Italia contemporanea, F. Perfetti-A.Ungari-D. Caviglia-D. De Luca (a cura di), Le Lettere, Firenze, 2011, pp. 229-56;

–           The Italian Air Force from the eve of the Libyan War conflict to the First World War, “War in History”, a. 17(4), November 2010, pp. 403-34;

–           Il Portogallo nel XX Secolo, in G. Pardini edited by, Storia dei Sistemi Politici Europei nel XX Secolo, Cedam, Padova, 2010, pp. 235-60;

–           La Spagna nel XX Secolo, in G. Pardini edited by, Storia dei Sistemi Politici Europei nel XX Secolo, Cedam, Padova, 2010, pp. 197-234;

–           Umberto Zanotti Bianco and the Mogadishu events of 1948, in “Modern Italy”, vol. 15, issue 2, May 2010, pp. 161-76;

–           Aldo Cucchi, Una delegazione italiana in Russia, edited by Andrea Ungari, Milan, 2008;

–           Un conservatore scomodo. Leo Longanesi dal fascismo alla Repubblica, Florence, 2007;

The historical interests concern three main topics. The first one is the analysis and the research of the Italian political system, with particular focus on the Right and Centre-Right political parties from the fall of Fascism to the Italian “Second Republic”. It has been especially studied the political action of the Italian Monarchist Movement (Pnm) and the Italian Social Movement (Msi) during the 1950s and in the period between the Italian Centre-Left and the “terrorism’s season”. The second topic concerns the Cultural History of Italy and the researches in this field produced essays and books regarding very important Italian journalists, as Leo Longanesi e Gian Carlo Fusco. The third topic deals with the Military History with a special focus on the events of the Italian Army during the First World War and the growth of the Air Force Army in the period of the Italian Liberalism and during the “Great War”.

Now he is accomplishing a wide research on the Italian Political System during the 1950s, in the book Monarchists without a King. The Italian Monarchist Movement 1948-54 and on a political biography of Aldo Cucchi.

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