On the tracks of a lost biography: Samuele Mayländer (1866-1925) - The paper summarizes the life of Samuel Mayländer, cousin of the notable autonomist of Fiume MicheleMaylender. His figure has long been neglected by the Italian historiography and by the historiography of the Yugoslav period, while his life path offers interesting hints about the complex loyalties in the corpus separatum. Descendant of Hungarian Jews, Italianized in the local community, Samuele participates in the Italian cultural movement and in the autonomist political movement from whom later distanced, preferring to remain with the liberals. Working for almost whole of his life as a physician in the District fund, he joined the local socialist movement through the Circle of social studies becoming one of its leading exponents. After a brief term as a member of the City council, in the aftermath of the Great War, Samuele advocated the elevation of Fiume as an independent state. Initially he militated in the Communist Party of Fiume, becoming its first president, and then distanced himself from the movement. He died in his adopted hometown, buried in the Jewish cemetery.

Sulle tracce di una biografia perduta: Samuele Mayländer (1866-1925)

JELIČIĆ, IVAN
2015

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On the tracks of a lost biography: Samuele Mayländer (1866-1925) - The paper summarizes the life of Samuel Mayländer, cousin of the notable autonomist of Fiume MicheleMaylender. His figure has long been neglected by the Italian historiography and by the historiography of the Yugoslav period, while his life path offers interesting hints about the complex loyalties in the corpus separatum. Descendant of Hungarian Jews, Italianized in the local community, Samuele participates in the Italian cultural movement and in the autonomist political movement from whom later distanced, preferring to remain with the liberals. Working for almost whole of his life as a physician in the District fund, he joined the local socialist movement through the Circle of social studies becoming one of its leading exponents. After a brief term as a member of the City council, in the aftermath of the Great War, Samuele advocated the elevation of Fiume as an independent state. Initially he militated in the Communist Party of Fiume, becoming its first president, and then distanced himself from the movement. He died in his adopted hometown, buried in the Jewish cemetery.
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