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Socio-ecological colonial transfers: trajectories of the Fascist agricultural enterprise in Libya (1922–43)

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Title
Socio-ecological colonial transfers: trajectories of the Fascist agricultural enterprise in Libya (1922–43)
Published in
Modern Italy, March 2021
DOI 10.1017/mit.2021.7
Authors

Roberta Biasillo

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#15,613,306
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#138
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