Category Archives: Italoamericani

Rosie la Rivettatrice

Durante la seconda guerra mondiale, più di 12 milioni di uomini e donne prestarono servizio militare per gli Stati Uniti. Tra loro c’erano più di un milione di italoamericani (circa il 10%) benché alcuni italiani fossero classificati come “stranieri nemici” … Continue reading

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Rosie the Riveter

During World War II, more than 12 million men and women served in the United States military.  Among them were more than a million Italian-Americans (about 10%) even though some Italian nationals were classified as “enemy aliens” and interned in … Continue reading

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Christmas Traditions in Italy

Christmas is inspired by traditions from the Romans, Celtics, Norse, Druids and other pagan cultures.  They all shared one celebration that happened to fall around Christmas time—the winter solstice, which is the shortest day of the year in the Northern … Continue reading

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