INDEX OF PERSONAL NAMES AND
BIBLIOGRAPHY
(Mussolini's name, which occurs on almost every page, is omitted, unless some
of his books an being quoted.)
Abdel-Krim, 84
Abel, 44
Action Française, 303, 425
Adam, C. F., Life of Lord Lloyd, London, Macmillan, 1948, 259
Afewok, J., 262
Ahmed Zogu, 104-5, 106, 107
Alexander of Jugoslavia, 112, 115, 151, 168, 169, 170, 171, 178, 430
Alfonso, King of Spain, 61, 85
Allen, Lord, 267
Aloisi, P., Le mie attività a servizio della pace: ;fatti nuovi e nuovi elementi probatori sottoposti all'esame dslla Alta Corte di Giustizia Roma, Tipografia del Senato, 1946, 112, 169, 171, 183, 205, 256-8, 276, 291-4, 298-9, 315-9, 356, 366, 421, 423, 439, 443-5, 456
Amery, L. S., 145, 244, 299, 326, 353, 359, 362, 426, 451, 462, 497, 499
Angell, N., 288, 289, 290, 301, 411, 504
Angriff, 217
Annuario statistieo Italiano, 1936, 415
Archivio Storico di Carsica,94
Armellini, Q.; Con Badylio in Etiopia, Milano, Mondadori, 1937, 154, 155, 173, 274, 367
Armstrong, H. F., "Italy, Jugoslavia, and Lilliputia", in Foreign Affairs, Jan. 1928, 107; "After the Assassination of King Alexander", in Foreign Affairs, Jan. 1935, 151
Artukovich, 131
Asquith, Margot, 408
Associated Press, 141-2, 161, 374, 380, 381, 448
Atholl, Duchess of, 490
Atti Parlamentari, Carmera dei deputati, 1923, 42
Attlee, C., 194, 197, 227, 228, 326, 337, 385, 441, 500
Attolico, B., 479, 480
Aube, 321
Augar (V. Poliakov), 137, 150, 284, 285, 299, 321, 324, 365, 374, 381, 385, 395, 396, 401, 410, 414, 443
Avanti, 29
Avarescu, General, 114
Avenol, M. J., 180, 247, 257, 291, 298, 317, 382, 416, 448
Badoglio, P., La guerra d'Etiopia, Milano, Mondadori, 1939; L'Italia nella seconda guerra mondiale, Milano, Mondadori, 1946, 155, 158, 159, 173, 174, 223, 255-6, 287, 301, 307, 352, 365-8, 372, 401, 403, 412, 417-20, 426, 428, 430, 444, 447, 449, 475, 485
Bailey A., 472
Baistrocchi, F., 223, 372
Balbo, I., 80, 129-30, 138, 310, 315, 372, 425
Baldwin , S., 8, 57, 64, 123, 137, 165-6, 211-13, 218, 226-8, 230, 235, 244, 255-6, 260, 278-9, 287, 248, 334, 336-7, 342, 349, 353, 358-63, 376, 383-4, 392-3, 395, 397-9, 401, 468, 423, 429, 435-8, 445, 451, 456, 458, 462-4, 481, 484, 492, 494, 498, 506
508-9
Balfour, Lord, 52
Baratieri, O., 262
Bardoux J., 480
Barnum, P. T., 120
Barrère, C., 34, 37
Barthou, 144, 149, 150, 157, 159-60
166, 168, 172, 217
Barton, S., 184, 251, 283, 365, 393-4, 408
Barzini, L., 140
Bauche, H., À bas la France, Paris, Jacques Bernard, 1930, 68
Beaverbrook, Lord, 246, 254, 266, 299, 340, 344
Beck, J., 487
Beneč, E., "Autobiographical Notes", in Globe, Boston ( Mass.), 1948, 114, 150, 487-8
Berliner Anzeiger, 217
Bernus M., "France-Italic", in Revve de Paris, Nov. 1st, 1930, 95
Berthelot, P. H., 53
Bethlen. 115
Bevan, E., 499
Bevin, E., 326
Binchy, D. A., Church and State in Fascist Italy, London, Hutchinson and CO., 1937, 134
Birchall, F. T., 146, 184, 186, 258, 278
282, 285-6, 290, 307-8, 374, 376, 380, 410, 472, 476, 502. Bismarck88, 483

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