Mack Smith, Denis
MACK SMITH, Denis
MACK SMITH, Denis. British, b. 1920. Genres: History, Politics/ Government, Biography. Career: Extraordinary Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, since 1987. Assistant Master, Clifton College, Bristol, 1941-42; War Cabinet Officer, 1943-45; Fellow, 1947-62, and Tutor, 1948-58, Peterhouse, and Lecturer, 1952-62, Cambridge University; Sr. Research Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, 1962-87. Publications: Cavour and Garibaldi 1860, 1954; Garibaldi, 1957; Italy: A Modern History, 1959, rev. ed., 1969; Medieval Sicily, 1968; Modern Sicily, 1968; Da Cavour a Mussolini, 1968; Victor Emanuel, Cavour, and the Risorgimento, 1971; Mussolini's Roman Empire, 1976; Un Monumento al Duce, 1976; Cento Anni di Vita Italiana Attraverso il Corriere della Sera, 1978; L'Italia del Ventesimo Secolo, 1978; Mussolini, 1981; (co-author) A History of Sicily, 1986; Cavour, 1987; Italy and Its Monarchy, 1990; Mazzini, 1994; Modern Italy, 1997; La Storia Manipulata, 1998. EDITOR: The Making of Italy 1796-1870, 1968; Garibaldi, 1969; Le Rivoluzioni d'Italia, by E. Quinet, 1970; Scritti Politici, by G. La Farina, 1972; I Mille: Da Genova a Capua, 1981; Un Viaggio Elettorale, by F. de Sanctis, 1983; Nelson History of England. Address: White Lodge, Osler Rd, Oxford OX3 9BJ, England.
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