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Its work was banned by the Nazi occupation authorities in The Institute was not re-established until , under its present-day name and under the auspices of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. It assembled a team of scholars to cover the Balkans from prehistory to the modern age and in a range of different fields of study, such as archaeology, ethnography, anthropology, history, culture, art, literature, law. This multidisciplinary approach remains its long-term orientation. Kitromilides, Religion and Politics in the Orthodox World.

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Colombo and A. The Garibaldian movement had long-standing ties with the Balkans. Fol- lowing his exploits in Italy between and , and in particular the Expedi- tion of the Thousand in the summer of , Giuseppe Garibaldi emerged as a revolutionary icon. Thus, in Europe, particularly in the most radical circles, he became the focus of widespread expectation: during the following years there was no end to planned insurrections that foresaw his involvement.

In relation to the last phases of the Italian Risorgimento, plans to organize a Garibaldian expedition across the Adriatic, to exhort the Balkan populations to rebellion, and then to return to the peninsula and advance to the north in order to strike at the heart of the Habsburg Empire, thereby resolving the Venetian question, and possibly the Roman one,3 were never accomplished.

On those occasions the romantic, patriotic and national components of voluntary commitment in the Balkan liberation wars were also enriched by social ideas. European trans- national solidarity then began to be extended from national struggles to those relating to social reform. In ana- lyzing their story, it is therefore necessary to keep this cultural background in mind.

As previously noted regarding the experience of , there were three members of the group that went to Greece who would go also to Serbia two years later: Francesco Conforti, Mario Corvisieri and Cesare Colizza, fought 3 A.

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See also N. These young men were of different social back- grounds, but already somewhat politicized. When the conflict between Serbia and Austria-Hungary broke out, they felt the need to engage in person.

Their experience and sacrifice in Serbia have been studied by a number of scholars. As a result of such work, the story has become more widely known. The group left Italy in late July and reached Greece and Salonika by sea; then they arrived in battleground along the Drina river valley — up to a point, they retraced a part of the journey that some of them had made two years earlier. For them the dream of Garibaldian intervention in the Balkans was still very much alive.

For most of them the Balkans was the symbol of national bat- tles for liberty, a sort of traditional space where the secular struggle between the liberty of nations and the imperial despotic power — and also between national rights and dynastic power — was fought.

Italian neutrality seemed a cowardly choice to many Italian democrats. For all of these reasons, the seven men de- cided to leave for Serbia.

They were men of action and strongly believed in the key role of the Italian nation in the Balkans and remained deeply convinced of the possibilities of a war made up of volunteers.

In the hectic days of July and, in particular, in the hours that fol- lowed the Serbian reply to the ultimatum of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, several Italian politicians, particularly Republicans and Anarchists, approached Ricciotti Garibaldi with the need to organize a group of volunteers to assist the Serbian people.

The general then made some initial contacts with the Serbian 7 C. Mannucci, Volontarismo garibaldino in Serbia nel Rome: Associazione nazionale veterani e reduci garibaldini, Cecchinato, Camicie rosse.

Zarcone, I Precursori. In the proclamation, Ricciotti defined the actions of the Habsburg Monarchy as potentially dangerous for the unity and freedom of Italy.

Long live the Serbian people! Indeed, at the beginning of August, in Florence, a committee was set up with the purpose of finding volunteers to be sent to Serbia.

The promoters of those initiatives were once again local Republican circles. According to the infor- mation of the local governmental authority, this committee was soon dissolved. It is interesting to note that this project received a small financial contribution from the Trento and Trieste Association. For these reasons, the Italian Minis- try of the Interior soon ordered the local authorities of the main cities along the Adriatic coast — Venice, Ancona, Bari, Lecce and Brindisi — to monitor the ports to prevent any kind of movement towards the Balkans and Serbia.

Many of them decided to wait and see how the politi- cal situation would develop. Even the initiative by Ricciotti Garibaldi in favour of Serbia was itself weak and poorly organized. It was just a proclamation that 12 C. However, within a few days the war escalated and came to involve not only Serbia but also four great powers, Germany, Russia, France and Great Britain.

On the 6th of August, Ricciotti Garibaldi issued another call upon Italian volunteers inviting them to avoid any kind of action in Serbia and ordering those few still remaining there to return to Italy.


The remaining volunteers should therefore return to their homeland. As Francesco Con- forti recounts, they were remarkably well received by the Serbian Legation in Athens and were given a letter of recommendation for a Serbian General Staff colonel residing in Salonika, who was tasked with being of assistance to them.

Francesco Conforti Salerno: Linotyp. Pepe, , In this volume several letters and documents in the possession of the Conforti family have been published. It is not known if there were others and, if there were, their identity remains unknown. Conforti was convinced, although he had no news of the war in Europe, that in the following weeks the group would reach other Italians on the Adriatic to fight together against Austria.

Cesare Colizza wrote to a friend in Italy that they were heading for the Bosnian border. The unit was made up of volunteers: those seven Italians, but also students from Montenegro and Bosnia, as well as other Italian irredentists who had deserted from the Austro-Hungar- ian Army.

Colizza and Corvisieri, the most experienced men, veterans of the Greek campaign, were in command of this group, attached to a larger komitadji unit. In order not to renounce our Garibal- dian identity, we wear a band of red silk around one arm to distinguish ourselves 22 ACS, Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Guerra europea, b. They were considered the very first Ital- ians to fall in the Great War and, more importantly, a sort of desperate patrol of the Italian interventionist movement.

Therefore, their sacrifice soon became the focus of political propaganda aimed at supporting the campaign for Italian intervention in the First World War against the Central Powers. The first large commemoration ceremony for the five men fallen in Serbia took place in Rome on the 14th of September According to information held by the prefecture, the event would be a pretext to attempt demonstrations in favour of France.

The speakers who took the floor rallied against the monarchy because of its alliance with the Central empires, praising the war from which the social republic re- sponsible for the redemption of the peoples should emerge. None of them, after a few words dedicated to the memory of the five fallen men, held back from denouncing the Savoy dynasty, the government and their political opponents, arguing that the republicans wanted war because that would mean the collapse of the House of Savoy.

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This is understandable in the light of the political creed of the volunteers who had left for Serbia that summer, but also because the republicans were the first to take a stand to prevent a war alongside Austria and to call for the align- ment of the country with republican France.

Talk of the affair recommenced on 10 September , when a public ceremony was held, in Rome organized by interventionist parties in honour of the war disabled, in which a Serbian military delegation handed over honours to the families of the fallen and the two survivors, Ugo Colizza and Arturo Reali. Mussolini wished to be seen as a sort of continuation of the Italian Risorgimento and, more specifically, of the Garibaldian tradition.

In , for example, he referred to the volunteers in France as the forerunners of Italian intervention and the Fascist revolution.

Staderini, Combattenti senza divisa. Roma nella grande guerra Bologna: Il Mulino, , And this is very fair.

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But you know that populations respond especially to ideal bonds, created by blood and tightened by sacrifice.

And this is why today, Your Excellency, we did not want to greet you with the names and with the memory of the five of Babina Glava, fallen for you and for us. In the case of the Italian volunteers in Serbia in , it must be said that their aim should have been the revival of the Italian Risorgimento through the liberation of the lands still under Habsburg rule in North-Eastern Italy, Trenti- no and Venezia Giulia with the city of Trieste. In the first months of war, beside the formation of a group of volunteers for Serbia, someone in certain republican circles also envisioned an expedition to Dalmatia.

The aim was always the same: provoke Austria and push Italy into the war;41 Italian neutrality was seen as an act of cowardice. More broadly, the republicans saw the war as a unique op- portunity to make the democratic tradition of the nineteenth century triumph over monarchic and moderates forces. They could not believe that at last, a war against the eternal enemy had not been set in motion.