To celebrate the Independence and Liberation Holidays of Albania together, the New Age Era association of Milan organized the event "Waiting for the Albanian Independece Day", where the book "Albania and the Albanians / Ismail Kemal Bey Vlora "by the author Darling Vlora, at the same time nephew of Ismail Qemali, a history book based on an article written by Ismail Qemali himself, in the 1917, on the prestigious London magazine" Quarterly Review ".
Two words on the book that will be presented on 27 November."Albania and the Albanians / Ismail Kemal Bey Vlora" is a history book, based on an article written by Ismail Qemali himself, in the 1917, on the prestigious London magazine "Quarterly Review".
This writing, in itself, constitutes a particular meaning for the history of the period after independence, not only for having described (obviously in general) the moment of independence, but, above all, because it has the signature of IQ, its protagonist. On the other hand, its importance lies in the identification of the injustice that was made on the Albanian national question during Londers Conference (1913), the abusive decisions that left almost half of the populated territories outside the Albanian state (Kosovo, part of the Macedonian and all the Janina). This injustice was presented by the IQ to the English press, in order to sensitize the British public opinion, an opinion that, especially at that time, had a particular meaning.
The writing closes with a legitimate and far-sighted request sufficient for the great powers of the time, to correct the injustice done to the Albanian people. The independence of today's Kosovo does not show how unfair it was to this people.
In addition to writing I.
Q. (which is presented in two languages: English and Albanian) in the book included a "Darling study further Valona and many illustrations. The special, or what this book offers as a whole, is proof of the period of independence based mainly on earlier sources, such as the newspapers of the time: "The Times", "The New York Times", "Le Temps", "Le Figaro », etc., describes in detail and tries to shed more light on this important event.
The book has 236 pages, illustrations, index and bibliography. Preparations and Graf: Darling Vlora; English translations and reference materials: Evis Golja. The book is in the National Library (FC) and in "The Library of Congress" (Washington) and has entered circulation in the libraries of Albania.
20.00 Hours - 22..30: Aperitif with Albanian cuisine; Presentation of the book and various Albanian-style choreographies.
23.00 hours - morning: Party with Albanian music.
Address: Ca 'Bianca, Via Lodovico il Moro 117, Milan (Naviglio Grande area). Free internal parking.
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