A company of gifted historians and social scientists traces the changing character and status of young people from the gymnasia of ancient Greece to the lycees of modern France, from the sweatshops of the industrial revolution to the crucibles of Nazi youth. Monumental in its scope, minute in its attention to detail, this two-volume history is the first to present a comprehensive account of what youth has meant through the ages. 68 photos.aquot;Popolo in camicia nera, aquot; Gioventit Fascista, February 1, 1934. 52. Mamma e Bimbi, March 1, ... The first competition had two sections: aquot;Listening to the Duce on the Radioaquot; (Prize A), and aquot;States of Mind Induced by Fascismaquot; (Prize B). In 1940anbsp;...
|Title||:||A History of Young People in the West: Stormy evolution to modern times|
|Author||:||Giovanni Levi, Jean Claude Schmitt|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1997|