|Name Pasquale Chessa||Role Journalist|
|Born 5 August 1947 (age 68) (1947-08-05) Alghero, Sassari, Italy|
Occupation Historian, journalist, biographer, author
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Pasquale Chessa, born in Alghero, is an Italian historian and journalist.
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He first appeared on cultural programs for the Italian National Radio and then, in turn, worked on the Italian magazines L'espresso, L'Europeo, Epoca and Panorama.
In 1995, he edited the speeches of the Italian President Francesco Cossiga titled Il torto e il diritto.
He authored in 1995 a book of interviews with the historian Renzo De Felice titled Rosso e il nero. Again with Cossiga, in 2003, he co-authored Per carità di Patria. On the theme of Italian history in the first half of the 20th century he has authored: in 2005 Guerra Civile 43–45 a photographic history; in 2007 Italiani sono sempre gli altri, with Francesco Cossiga; in 2008 Dux. Benito Mussolini a biography in pictures; in 2010 L'Ultima lettera di Benito with Barbara Raggi.
Released in the month preceding the historic 2013 reelection of President Giorgio Napolitano he is author of L'ultimo comunista. La presa del potere di Giorgio Napolitano His work is published in Italian with some translations into French.
He is currently director of the Alguer.it, the newspaper of Alghero in Sardinia and lives between Rome and Paris.