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Mussolini
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Antisemitic Legislation
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Anti-Jewish Laws were adopted in the 1930s and 1940s in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy and exported to the European Axis powers and puppet states.
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The Manifesto of Race (1938)
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Mussolini on July 14, 1938 he embraced the "Manifesto of the Racial Scientist", which stated that the civilization of Italy is of Aryan origin, and there exists a pure Italian race to which Jews do not belong. This Manifesto was false and dishonest but was utilized to justify the racial laws. Between September 2, 1938 and November 17, 1938, Italy enacted a series of racial laws.
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Marshall Badoglio
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general and statesman during the dictatorship of Benito Mussolini (1922-43). In September 1943 he extricated Italy from World War II by arranging an armistice with the Allies.
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German Occupied Italy
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Transit Camps
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The Nazis set up a number of transit camps in occupied lands. After being rounded up, Jews were imprisoned in transit camps before being deported to a concentration camp, labour camp or one of the six Nazi extermination camps in Poland.
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Fossoli di Carpi
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Borgo San Dalmazzo
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Jewish Deportations from Italy
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Ardeatine Cave Massacre
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On June 10, 1940, when the Italian Fascist government under Benito Mussolini declared war on England and France, Italy entered World War II on the side of the Axis, cave massacre was murder of prisoners by gun in cave.
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Sarti Article
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Gen Confederation of Italian Industry
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Giovanni Giolitti
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statesman and five times prime minister under whose leadership Italy prospered. He had many enemies, however, and retained power by using the highly criticized technique called giolittismo, which is associated with corruption and violence on election days and with personal deals rather than with party loyalty.
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March on Rome
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Italian Fascism
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Holocaust Historiography
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Italian Anti-Semitism
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Luconi Article
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The Garden of the Finzi Contini
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Giorgio Bassani
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Rosetta Loy
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Nostra Aetate
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Pope Pius XII
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Concordat
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an agreement or treaty, especially one between the Vatican and a secular government relating to matters of mutual interest. (Pope and Fascist Italy)
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Wistrich Article
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Women in the Italian Resistance
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D'Amelio Article
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Primo Levi
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Survival in Auschwitz
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Double Extermination (in Levi)
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Levi's Survival in Auschwitz (preface)
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Canto of Ulysses (Levi)
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The Drowned and the Saved (Levi)
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Chemical Kommando (Levi)
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Carlo Levi
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Christ Stopped at Eboli
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Mussolini
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Antisemitic Legislation
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Anti-Jewish Laws were adopted in the 1930s and 1940s in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy and exported to the European Axis powers and puppet states.
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The Manifesto of Race (1938)
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Mussolini on July 14, 1938 he embraced the "Manifesto of the Racial Scientist", which stated that the civilization of Italy is of Aryan origin, and there exists a pure Italian race to which Jews do not belong. This Manifesto was false and dishonest but was utilized to justify the racial laws. Between September 2, 1938 and November 17, 1938, Italy enacted a series of racial laws.
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Marshall Badoglio
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general and statesman during the dictatorship of Benito Mussolini (1922-43). In September 1943 he extricated Italy from World War II by arranging an armistice with the Allies.
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German Occupied Italy
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Transit Camps
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The Nazis set up a number of transit camps in occupied lands. After being rounded up, Jews were imprisoned in transit camps before being deported to a concentration camp, labour camp or one of the six Nazi extermination camps in Poland.
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Fossoli di Carpi
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Borgo San Dalmazzo
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Jewish Deportations from Italy
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Ardeatine Cave Massacre
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On June 10, 1940, when the Italian Fascist government under Benito Mussolini declared war on England and France, Italy entered World War II on the side of the Axis, cave massacre was murder of prisoners by gun in cave.
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Sarti Article
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Gen Confederation of Italian Industry
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Giovanni Giolitti
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statesman and five times prime minister under whose leadership Italy prospered. He had many enemies, however, and retained power by using the highly criticized technique called giolittismo, which is associated with corruption and violence on election days and with personal deals rather than with party loyalty.
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March on Rome
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Italian Fascism
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Holocaust Historiography
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Italian Anti-Semitism
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Luconi Article
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The Garden of the Finzi Contini
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Giorgio Bassani
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Rosetta Loy
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Nostra Aetate
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Pope Pius XII
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Concordat
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an agreement or treaty, especially one between the Vatican and a secular government relating to matters of mutual interest. (Pope and Fascist Italy)
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Wistrich Article
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Women in the Italian Resistance
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D'Amelio Article
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Primo Levi
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Survival in Auschwitz
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Double Extermination (in Levi)
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Levi's Survival in Auschwitz (preface)
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Canto of Ulysses (Levi)
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The Drowned and the Saved (Levi)
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Chemical Kommando (Levi)
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Carlo Levi
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Christ Stopped at Eboli
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