Maltese Social Studies Series No. 28
This is a modest commemoration of the Sette Giugno 1919 a century after it happened. It is a small but timely addition to the pre-war and post-war books about the event that have already been published. It also includes, as annexes, the revealing report of the commission of enquiry, and the equally revealing minutes of the committee looking into compensation for families of the dead and wounded. The editor asked contributors to look at the Sette Giugno from different angles: the historical, political, international, judicial and economic, including its role in the collective memory and as a measure of national identity.