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Title: A window onto the day-to-day running of the nazione Gozitana
Authors: Vella, Godwin
Keywords: Gozo (Malta) -- History -- 18th century
Issue Date: 2009-06
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Centre
Citation: Vella, G. (2009). A window onto the day-to-day running of the nazione Gozitana. The Gozo Observer, 20, 34-37.
Abstract: A decade ago the Island of Gozo commemorated the two hundredth anniversary of the end of the Knights’ rule, the eventful stay of the French and the eventual establishment of the short-lived Nazione Gozitana. The ad hoc commemorations organising Committee within the then Parliamentary Secretariat for Gozo supported a number of initiatives including the publication of two monographs on the French stay in Gozo by Dr. Joe De Bono and Mgr. Dr. Joseph Bezzina respectively, in which a comprehensive overview of the French occupation between 10th June and 28th October 1798 is provided. Another published source of great merit is Carmel Testa’s voluminous work “The French in Malta”.
Appears in Collections:The Gozo Observer - Issue 20, June 2009
The Gozo Observer - Issue 20, June 2009

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