Il diritto famigliare ai tempi della Grande Guerra

Autore: Barbara Montesi
In: Genesis. XVII/ 1 , 2018
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The essay investigates the repercussions in the private and sentimental life of citizens in the countries involved in the First World War and reflects on the reaction of States, especially the Italian one, with respect to these changes. A total dimension of the Great War emerges: founded on the conjugal couple and legitimate offspring, the private sphere is essential for the victory itself. With this aim, interventions in family law challenge pillars such as the prohibition of paternity research and the concept of legitimate family, founded on marriage. If the value of marriage is reaffirmed, the blood bond between children and the soldier who died in war becomes pre-eminent, as shown in the legislation on orphans and on marriage by proxi.