Dominique K. Reill’s The Fiume Crisis Explains How Fiumians Established a Free State After the Fall of the Habsburg Empire

While the Great Powers wrestled over the fate of the Adriatic city-state, its residents had their own sense of who they were, argues historian Dominique K. Reill.

While the Great Powers wrestled over the fate of the Adriatic city-state of Fiume, its residents had their own sense of who they were, argues historian Dominique K. Reill.
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Liam Hoare
A freelance writer on politics and literature based in Vienna. He is the Europe editor for Moment and a frequent contributor to Slate, The Forward and Tablet.

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