CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Bibliographische Informationen zur neuesten Geschichte Italiens

Datenbankrecherche ab Heftnummer 99

Die Bibliographischen Informationen zur neuesten Geschichte Italiens gehören seit 1974 zu den Dienstleistungen, die am Deutschen Historischen Institut in Rom für die internationale Fachwissenschaft erbracht werden. Sie erfassen Neuerscheinungen italienischer Verlage zur Geschichte des 19., 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts. Begründet von Jens Petersen und im Printformat vertrieben über die Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die neueste Geschichte Italiens, mit der  ...   


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Der Dienstkalender Benito Mussolinis, 1923–1943

Digitale Edition

Der Arbeitstag Benito Mussolinis lässt sich dank der täglichen Kalenderblätter rekonstruieren, die in den staatlichen Archiven Italiens für die Zeit seiner Regierung fast komplett erhalten sind und die sowohl die Einzelpersonen oder Gruppen auflisten, die jeden Tag in Audienz zu Mussolini vorgelassen wurden, als auch die Institutionen, deren Repräsentanten täglich zum Rapport gerufen wurden. Dieses Material befindet  ...   


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Digitale Bibliothek Duilio Susmel

Zeitungsbestand zum Faschismus in Italien

Die Bibliothek von Duilio Susmel (Monographien, „graue Literatur“ und Zeitungen sowie eine umfangreiche Zeitungsausschnittsammlung) konnten 1976 vom Deutschen Historischen Institut in Rom erworben werden, sein archivischer Nachlass befindet sich als „Fondo Duilio Susmel“ beim Centro Studi e Documentazione sul Periodo Storico della Repubblica Sociale Italiana in Salò. Die Privatbibliothek des italienischen Journalisten und Zeithistorikers Duilio  ...   


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Ferdinand Gregorovius: Poetry and Science

Ferdinand Gregorovius, Foto: Fratelli D'Alessandri, Roma (nach Recueil. Personnages politiques, ministres, écrivans, musiciens, peintres). Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF)

Collected German and Italian Letters

Ferdinand Gregorovius, alongside Theodor Mommsen and Leopold von Ranke, is the most famous and nowadays perhaps the most widely read german historian of the 19th century. In addition to his historiographic and literary oeuvre, Gregorovius has left behind several thousands of letters, which are, even in a literary sense, a unique document scientific and cultural history of Europe. The goal of this project is to publish a representative selection  ...   


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Ludwig I of Bavaria and Johann Martin von Wagner

The correspondence

The correspondence between King Ludwig I of Bavaria and his agent in Rome, Johann Martin von Wagner, contains around 1,470 handwritten letters. This constitutes an excellent source for both the rediscovery of the classical era and the transition from idealism and classicism to romanticism and historicism in the history of art in Germany. In addition, it makes it possible to retrace the history of the planning and creation of Ludwig's extensive  ...   


MUSIC HISTORY

I fondi operistici delle biblioteche di alcune case nobili romane

Recupero e valutazione

Handwritten scores of operas and other vocal music from the 18th and early 19th century have been at the centre of attention in this research project which took place at the Music Department of the German Historical Institute in Rome between 2008 and 2015.
The original manuscripts are in the private possession of two Roman aristocratic families. They are being stored in the Archivio Doria Pamphilj with entrance at Piazza Grazioli 5 and in  ...   


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Presence of German Military Units in Italy 1943-1945

edited by Carlo Gentile on behalf of the DHI Rom

The war of extermination, which the German Reich lead between 1939 and 1945, has been intensely debated for years, yet a thorough study on the warfare by the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS in Italy remains a research desideratum. The exact number and distribution of German units are as unknown as the circumstances of killings and woundings in action at the front or in the partisan war. Memoirs and reports in official war logs have frequently been  ...   


MODERN AGE, MIDDLE AGES

RG Online

RG Online contains the source material of the Repertorium Germanicum and the Repertorium Poenitentiariae Germanicum.

Repertorium Germanicum: Dating back to a proposal by Ludwig Quidde, director of the Prussian Historical Institute from 1890 to 1892 and later winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Repertorium Germanicum comprises German incidences from all Vatican register series and Cameral holdings, from the Great Schism (1378) to the Reformation (1517). To date, material up until 1484 has been published. In the meanwhile, work has progressed until the  ...   


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

Robert Davidsohn

Erinnerungen der Kriegszeit

Die Erinnerungen der Kriegszeit des Journalisten und Historikers Robert Davidsohn (1853‒1937), der sich mit einer monumentalen Geschichte von Florenz einen Namen gemacht hatte, stellen ein vielschichtiges autobiographisches Zeugnis zum Ersten Weltkrieg dar. Die tagebuchartigen Aufzeichnungen entstanden im Zeitraum vom 5. Dezember 1914 bis zum 28. Januar 1919, nachdem Davidsohn, der seit 1889 in Florenz lebte, infolge des Kriegsausbruchs mit  ...   


MODERN AGE

The Spanish Faction in the Imperial Court (1548 - 1659)

Digital Index

The Spanish Kings were the elder relatives of the Holy Roman Emperors as well as the most powerful princes in early modern Europe. The tools they employed to influence imperial policy were far from the image of classical diplomacy. We propose a new model to understand the birth of diplomacy out of a state and institutional framework but as the extension of familiar ties in a courtly environment. Our clue is the “Spanish Faction”, the network of  ...