The Italian Achievement: An A-Z of Over 1000 'firsts' Achieved by Italians in Almost Every Aspect of Life Over the Last 1000 Years

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Renaissance, 2007 - History - 324 pages
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[i]The Italian Achievement[/i] is an A to Z of over one thousand 'firsts' achieved by Italians in almost every aspect of life during the last millennium - from fashion and food to flying and photography; from art and design to painting and sailing; from motor cars to musical instruments; from philosophy to physics; from clocks to computers. This remarkable 'encyclopedia' is readily accessed by a comprehensive cross-reference index to enable the reader to refer to any subject or person with ease and confidence.

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Born in London 1933 of Neapolitan parents. Lived and studied in Rome where he took his first law degree. 1963, married Laura (from Turin). Has 3 children, 5 grandchildren. Practiced law in Rome, read law at University of London, called to the bar 1961. Author of [i]Italy's World of Wines[/i], [i]The Comfort of Sin[/i], [i]The Divorce Dilemma[/i].

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