spaghetti alla carbonara

The origin of spaghetti carbonara is somewhat torn: he attributes it to the Carbonari Umbrian someone that would know this dish to the Romans in the nineteenth century, someone other than the inventor claims that both Ippolito Cavalcanti, a Neapolitan nobleman who published this recipe in one of his book.
It is also said that spaghetti alla carbonara were born during the Second World War when the Americans brought in large quantities bacon and powdered eggs, which were part of military rations, by the inspiration of the Roman cooks this dish was born so simple and at the time same very tasty.