following Jason's proposal I would dare to record my production too. I have to explain, anyway, that by far most of my works are in Italian even if I was able to publish in English some articles too togheter with Vincent O'Hara, an authoritative USA naval history author.
The articles in English were published by Conway's "Warship":
2004 A Century Long Dream: Single Purpose Engine Submarines of the Italian Navy
2005 The Star Crossed Split: the Troubled Story of un Unlucky Flagship
2006 The Breakout Fleet: the Oceanic Programmes of the Regia Marina, 1934-1940
The World's Worst Warships round three (a study about the 5.000 t Condottieri Italian light cruisers)
2007 Search for a Flattop: the Italian Navy and the Aircraft Carrier 1907-2007
While Pacific War published a study by Vince and me about the Italian Navy in the Far East before World War Two and until 1943
In the 2008 ediction will follow a study about the Italian motor torpedo boats development and actions until 1934
World War Two Quarterly is going to publish two articles too.
I published in Italian 14 books
Marinelettro e il radiotelemetro italiano (an history of the Italian Navy radar development since 1935 until 1944)
La notte del Lupo (about the history of the 21 May 1941 night action off Crete)
I sette minuti di Punta Stilo (about the 9 July 1940 action off Calabria)
Il sottomarino italiano (about the Italian Navy endeavours since 1909 to commission a single purpose engine submarine)
Domenico Cavagnari, storia di un ammiraglio ( a biography of the Chief of staff of the Italian Navy between 1934 and 1940)
Fuoco dal Mare (an history of the shore bombardment from the sea since 1338 until 1941)
La vittoria in prestito (two edictions; an hisotry of the Italian 8 Sept. 1943 armistice according the US Navy documents available in the FDR Library of N.Y. which states quite a different story from the one usually reported)
Il grande gioco (the British and Italian oil rivality since 1947 until 1979)
Fecero tutti il loro dovere (an history of the Italian Navy during World War II suppling the reader quite a non conventional vision and numbers)
Vincere, vinceremo ... e se avessimo vinto? (a fiction with Mussolini gaining the war in 1943 by a single phone call which is the only invention of the plot, being all the other infos, even the most amazing, real and based on original documents with the archives ref. in note)
Contro amici e nemici (an history of the Italian Navy during the Cold War since 1947 until 1979)
I published then with the noted author Cdr. Erminio Bagnasco "Le navi da guerra italiane 1940-1945"
and contributed to Michele Gaetani's "Stive ed Egemonia" a very non conventional confrontation between the Battel of the Atlantic and the Battle of convoys in the Mediterranean Sea.
Not to mention little more than 200 articles, mainly of naval history, on the "Rivista Marittima" (the Italian Navy staff monthly since 1868), "STORIA militare", "Lega Navale", "RID", "Storica" and on "La Provincia Pavese".
Ciàpla adasi, stà léger.