Do Italians grow their own food?
Yes, Italians are known for buying fresh food and growing their own. Many Italians live in the city, but have access to country homes. The country home may be their own. Or it may be a family house to which the extended family has access. These country homes are good sources of fresh foods. ...
Asked in Government, Italy
What was going on that made Italians want to immigrate?
Italians immigrated because they wanted freedom from their country
Where do real Italians live?
Italian neighborhoods abroad and the islands and the peninsula at home are places where real Italians live. Real Italians therefore can be found in such country-within-country settings as Italian-American, Italian-Australian and Italian-Canadian neighborhoods. They also will be found in the cities, countryside, and small towns and villages of insular and peninsular Italy. ...
Asked in Australia in WW2
Who did Australian fight in North Africa?
Italians & Germans. They were the Axis powers of Europe. Italian troops invaded Egypt from Libya. Libya was an Italian colony. British & Commonwealth troops (& airman & sailors) defended Egypt and pushed the Italians back into Libya. German troops were then sent to Libya to help the Italians. ...
Are Italians the same as yugoslavians?
No. Italians are Italian, and there is no such thing as a Yugoslavian. The people that were part of the former country of Yugoslavia, are: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovenian. ...
Where do Italians celebrate Christmas?
Home is where Christmas is celebrated by Italians. The Italian people are strong in their commitment to family and friends. Holidays and important events are recognized and honored in the place that's most important to the Italian: the home. ...
Asked in Italy in WW2, Italy, Sicily
Since Sicily is a whole different country from Italy then people from there are Sicilians NOT Italians --- correct?
Incorrect Sicily it Part of Italy and therefore Sicilians are also Italians. ...
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Axis Powers, Italy
What country did many Germans and Italians flee to after the end of World War 2?
Very few Italians fled abroad. Argentina and Paraguay were the main destinations for wanted Germans. ...