Biblioteca Digitale Provinciale Italiana Claudia Augusta
The Virtual Library at the Biblioteca Provinciale Italiana Claudia Augusta offer a bibliographic data bank on Alto Adige and a Virtual library with the digitalization of local Alto Adige newspapers.
  • "La Provincia di Bolzano", 1927-1941. "The twice-weekly "La Provincia di Bolzano" was started by Umberto Murè on march the 20th 1922 [...]. The newspaper gave ample space to local news (political above all, sometime even in articles written in German) and to the frequent clashes between the different factions of the fascist party. The newspaper’s last issue was published on November the 10th, 1926."
  • The local newspaper "Il Piccolo Posto" was founded by the Banca di Trento e Bolzano, 1922-1926. "The twice-weekly "Il Piccolo Posto" was started by Umberto Murè on march the 20th 1922 [...]. The newspaper gave ample space to local news, (political above all, sometime even in articles written in German) and to the frequent clashes between the different factions of the fascist party...."
  • Digitalization of local newspaper "La Voce del Sella", 1923-1927. "“La voce del Sella. Settimanale per le valli delle Dolomiti” ‘s first issue was published on february the 23rd 1923, ... in Trento [...].. It mainly published chronicles on the south tyrolean valleys, but also news from Trento’s and Belluno’s areas. The magazine’s policy was that of support of the fascist party and regime right from the beginning. The last issue was published on april the 21st 1927, not by chance on the same day of “La Provincia di Bolzano” ‘s first appearance, of which it can be considered the forefather."
  • Partial revision with hypertexts of the daily newspaper "Il piccolo posto"
  • Partial revision with hypertexts of the daily newspaper "La Provincia di Bolzano"
  • "The “Archivio per l’Alto Adige” magazine was founded in 1906 by Ettore Tolomei (up to 1919, the complete title was “Archivio di Studi per l’Alto Adige con Ampezzo e Livinallongo” ). Among the first contributors were distinguished names, such as Pasquale Villari, Carlo Battisti, Graziadio Isaia Ascoli and Angelo de Gubernatis. Currently, the magazine is published in Florence - Istituto di Studi per l’Alto Adige – with the following title: “Archivio di studi per l’Alto Adige. Rivista di Studi Alpini”. With his writings, Tolomei wanted to state the region’s Italian character (also of Trentino, culturally Tyrolean but Italian speaking) and, therefore, the need to set the national border at the Brenner pass. [...] The magazine contributed greatly to the development of scientifical and political debate concerning the “questione altoatesina” during the twentieth century, [...] The magazine is available in digital form from 1906 to 1919."
  • Digitalization of "Atesia Augusta", 1939-1943. "The „Atesia Augusta“ magazine was originally published by the Ente cooperativo provinciale della stampa fascista, and later on by the Ente atesino pubblicazioni. [...]. From 1939 to the end of 1940, [...] the magazine plays an important political role and focuses progressively on relevant international personalities, with great attention to the political historical scene in Europe...."

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