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After the First World War, the Italian goal was to ensure for the country the position of a great power in post-Habsburg Central Europe. This led to Rome’s ambitious foreign policy, which had to contend with similar aspirations by the French. However, relations between Italy and post-Habsburg Central Europe go far beyond political, diplomatic and military history. The papers in this volume also discuss the economic, cultural, local, memory and social dimensions. This thematic issue does not cover the entire matter, but is rather bringing to light topics that are not a well-known or have not been previously researched. The main emphasis has been put on the immediate after-war, but several papers extend their analyses to the whole interwar period.