As an Italian diplomatic representative in Trieste, Scutari and Belgrade, Carlo Galli took part in shaping Italian Adriatic policies in the period of 1903–1920. While serving as consul in Trieste (1905–1913) he sought to counter the Austrian measures perceived as anti-Italian in alignment with the Italian Liberal-National Party. Before the First World War Galli advocated the forging of an Italo-Serbian alliance as a means to fight a common adversary, Austria-Hungary, while during the conflict he supported the policy of compromise with South-Slav politicians. Galli also participated in the Paris Peace Conference, after which he supported the Rapallo Treaty as a means to prevent the restoration of Austria-Hungary.

Carlo Galli and the Adriatic compromise

SOMMELLA, VALENTINA
2019

Abstract

As an Italian diplomatic representative in Trieste, Scutari and Belgrade, Carlo Galli took part in shaping Italian Adriatic policies in the period of 1903–1920. While serving as consul in Trieste (1905–1913) he sought to counter the Austrian measures perceived as anti-Italian in alignment with the Italian Liberal-National Party. Before the First World War Galli advocated the forging of an Italo-Serbian alliance as a means to fight a common adversary, Austria-Hungary, while during the conflict he supported the policy of compromise with South-Slav politicians. Galli also participated in the Paris Peace Conference, after which he supported the Rapallo Treaty as a means to prevent the restoration of Austria-Hungary.
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