LE AZIONI ASSISTENZIALI PER LA TUTELA DEGLI INVALIDI DI GUERRA IN ITALIA DURANTE E DOPO LA GRANDE GUERRA (1915-1923). Note e prospettive di ricerca

Ugo Pavan Dalla Torre

Abstract


Welfare measures for the protection of war invalids in Italy during and after the Great War (1915-1923). Notes and research perspectives The article intends to highlight the welfare policies, public and private, for the protection and care of invalids of the Great War prepared in Italy between 1915 and 1923. The fi rst response to the health care and social emergency came from the Italian Society: in many cities were founded in fact “Support Committees” who worked on the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers and the creation of a welfare culture were founded. In 1917 it was founded the National Society for the Protection and Assistance of War Invalids (Onig). This will be the public body charged of medical and social care for soldiers rendered permanently disabled from participating in the war. In the same year the National Association of War Invalids and Wounded (ANMIG) was born, an association of a private nature, set out to represent before the State and the Italian society the interests of War Woundeds. The framework of charitable actions is completed by the “Labriola Law” of 1921 and by the pension reform of 1923. The article, after describing the birth and development of care practices, also proposes some research perspectives of research.

Keywords


Invalids and Wounded, the Great War, Public Assistance, Welfare, Rehabilitation, Veterans Associations

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