Luigi Villari

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Luigi Villari (1876–1959) was an Italian historian, traveler and diplomat. He worked in the Italian Foreign Office and was later a newspaper correspondent. Villari served as Italy's Vice-Consul in three American cities: New Orleans (1906), Philadelphia (1907) and Boston (1907-10).[1] He devoted most of his life to the study of international problems, more especially to the relations between Italy and the English-speaking countries.[2] He also authored numerous books and travelogues including those dedicated to his travels in the late Russian Empire.[3]

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  1. ^ "THE ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA ELEVENTH EDITION (1911) INITIALS USED IN VOLUME VII. TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS,1 WITH THE HEADINGS OF THE ARTICLES IN THIS VOLUME SO SIGNED". Project Gutenberg. Retrieved 27 March 2014.
  2. ^ East and West, Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1958, vols 9-10, p. 288
  3. ^ Dinah Jansen, “From Green Space to Graveyard: Bolshevized Landscapes in the Exiled Liberal Imaginary, 1920-1922.” Working paper.

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