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  • Frendo, Henry (Media.Link Communications, 2016-03-27)
    Malta's capital, Valletta, is a relic of innumerable events throughout Malta's history that have moulded the identity of the Maltese. From the protest of Sette Giugno to the ceremony of the receipt of the George Cross, ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Attard Local Council, 1997)
    Three main reasons convinced me of the need to write this book, and I am glad that my colleagues on the Attard Local Council were of the same mind and entrusted me with the task. My first immersion into Attard's history ...
  • Frendo, Henry (2009-09)
    Based mainly on Australian press reportage from 1927 to 1932, when Lord Strickland held office in Malta, this article explores a mirror-like image of goings-on in a geographically far removed part of the one empire. Included ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Malta University Historical Society, 2001)
    'Today Europe is trying to achieve self-definition on the basis of its own history', wrote Michel Oriol and Francis Affergan in their study on Otherness and cultural differences, a few years ago. Has the time not come, ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Malta University Historical Society, 2001)
    'Today Europe is trying to achieve self-definition on the basis of its own history', wrote Michel Oriol and Francis Affergan in their study on Otherness and cultural differences, a few years ago. Has the time not come, ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Maltese Studies, 2000)
    The product of six years of interviewing and follow-up, Censu highlights the testing times before and after Malta's Independence, including the Mintoff years, and the PN's change of leader in 1977. In 16 chapters spread ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Routledge, 2005)
    Does cultural diversity lead to a want if respect, intolerance, and violence? Is religious culture in Islamic or other states tending towards a territorial imperative, denying any democracy a chance? Is globalization ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Valletta Publishing & Promotion Co. Ltd., 1989)
    The title of this chapter introduces us to various new developments that begin to characterise a national history from the 1870s onwards. It is a complicated period, the study of which has not been widely diffused; many ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Routledge, 2016)
    Prof. Henry Frendo's review of the book 'Corsica fatal, Malta baluardo di romanita’. L’irredentismo fascista nel mare nostrum (1922–1942)' by Deborah Paci.
  • Frendo, Henry (2017)
    Much water has passed under the bridge since Malta became an independent and sovereign state on 21st September 1964, but its essentially Westminster-style Constitution has survived with often minor amendments and changes ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Malta University Historical Society, 2003)
    When Paul I came to the throne in 1796, Malta and Russia had long had a common enemy. It was the Ottoman Empire, its Muslim Turks, and its Barbary corsairs. Unlike Malta, a central Mediterranean archipelago with well-protected, ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Sensiela Kotba Socjalisti, 1995)
    Meta nitkellmu fuq ħelsien nifhem li ma nibqgħux nitkellmu fuq ħelsien f'sens nazzjonalistiku bejn nativi u stranjieri imma xi ħaġa li nħossu bżonn kbir tagħha f'dis-soċjeta, bħala liberta internalizzata. Liberta ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Malta University Historical Society, 1996)
    Is the British connection in Malta becoming increasingly distant and dated? Was our 'Englishness' never much more than a varnish? I was recently sitting at a water-front restaurant table by the Msida Yacht Marina with an ...
  • Frendo, Henry (1987)
    After the Independence of Malta, the future is unclear. Prof Henry Frendo discusses in detail whether Malta will become a Western European Island or a Third World model instead.
  • Frendo, Henry (Valletta Publishing & Promotion Co. Ltd., 1989)
    The sense of belonging to a religio-centric community has cradled patriotism and nationhood in modem times. The church was not only imperium in imperio in a wide sense; it was also to some extent a manifestation of the ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Malta University Press, 2006)
    This paper is a work in progress exercise, delivered at the Euromed's La Navigation du Savoir encounter at St James Cavalier, (Valletta in 2004) which may be extended and revised in due coursel. An upgraded version would ...
  • Frendo, Henry (European Standing Conference of History Teachers' Associations, 2006)
    History is central to citizenship; but the discourse on belonging and identity is, perhaps increasingly, in a state of flux. So is the approach and "the methodology, as mobility and technologies change rapidly, with such ...
  • Frendo, Henry (Malta Historical Society, 2007)
    Mazzini's influence in the 19th century was so great that it is easy mistakenly to believe that its main tenets emanated exclusively or originally from it, whether that be the bond of family or the right to property. These ...
  • Frendo, Henry (2002)
    A speech given at Sant' Anton Palace by Prof. Henry Frendo to commemorate the 200 year anniversary from the issuing of the Declaration of Maltese Rights (Dichiarazione dei Diritti degli abitanti di Malta e Gozo).
  • Frendo, Henry (Ministeru tal-Affarijiet Barranin, Malta, 2000)
    Ftit wara I-wasla tieghi fl-Awstralja minn Papua New Guinea fl-1985, wara li qabel konl ghaddejt kwazi tlett snin fl-Egittu, din kienet il-mistoqsija li poggejt waqt tahdita Ii kont tajt lill-Maltese Literature Group ...