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De Gasperi

Alcide . 1881--1954, Italian statesman; prime minister (1945--53). An antifascist, he led the Christian Democratic party during World War II from the Vatican City
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The malleability of postmodern politics stands in stark contrast to the resoluteness that prevailed under Winston Churchill, Konrad Adenauer, Charles de Gaulle, Alcide de Gasperi and even Jacques Delors.
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Once described by former British PM Margaret Thatcher as a man with "a positive aversion to principle", Andreotti entered the Italian cabinet for the first time in 1947, as undersecretary to PM Alcide de Gasperi.
At the event, four of the most prominent figures of the EPP political family, Joseph Daul MEP, Chairman of the EPP Group, Hans Gert Poettering MEP, former President of the European Parliament and former Chairman of the EPP Group, Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council, and Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, shared their views on Europe's achievements, current challenges and future possibilities before a huge audience in the Alcide de Gasperi Room, where the EPP Group holds its regular meetings.
Peter's Basilica, Rome, and the Alcide de Gasperi Monument in Trento, Italy.
Former Italian Minister has informed the Patriarch of his current presidency of the association Alcide de Gasperi, which bears the name of his godfather, the founder of the Christian Democratic Party in Italy.
In the entry reading Tuesday June 23 1952, the Prime Minister hosted a dinner party in honour of Italian premier Alcide de Gasperi attended by the Italian Ambassador and guests.
Led by Alcide De Gasperi and supported by the United States, the Christian Democrats defeated the pro-Soviet Popular Front alliance of Palmiro Togliatti's Communists and Pietro Nenni's Socialists.
Among the factors that led to Dossetti's role at the Second Vatican Council was his disillusionment with the direction taken by the Christian Democrats under Alcide De Gasperi.
The Prime Minister, Alcide de Gasperi, and the Foreign Minister, Carlo Sforza, adopted a foreign policy that reproduced the model of the liberal period preceding the fascist era.
And in case anyone was still wondering what this "force" was, the letter explains that Italian Catholics should "refer to the great spiritual and political inheritance bequeathed by those great figures Konrad Adenauer, Maurice Schuman and Alcide De Gasperi, the postwar Christian Democrat leaders who "founded Europe.
Their historic achievements, which are not in doubt, are lauded: "The spiritual and political heritage developed by men of faith like Konrad Adenauer, Maurice Schumann and Alcide De Gasperi," John Paul urges, "must not just be protected and defended, but developed and reinforced.