Jews in Italy Under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945
Cambridge University Press, 27. lip 2005. - Broj stranica: 374
The Jews of Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945 brings to light the Italian-Jewish experience from the start of Mussolini's prime ministership through the end of the Second World War. Challenging the myth of Italian benevolence during the Fascist period, the authors investigate the treatment of Jews by Italians during the Holocaust, and the native versus foreign roots of Italian fascist anti-Semitism. Each essay in this volume each illustrates a different aspect of Italian Jewry under Fascist and Nazi rule. Areas of inquiry include the role of the Catholic Church with special reference to Pope Pius XII, Mussolini's attitude and anti-Jewish policies leading to the onset of the 1938 Italian racial laws, and the Italian popular reactions to anti-Jewish persecution. Included also is an examination of cover images and articles from the Italian racist newspaper La Difesa della Razza intended to lay bare the influence of the Italian media on the general Italian public.
Što ljudi govore - Napišite recenziju
Na uobičajenim mjestima nismo pronašli nikakve recenzije.
The Double Bind of Italian Jews Acceptance and Assimilation
Italian Jewish Identity from the Risorgimento to Fascism 18481938
Mussolini and the Jews on the Eve of the March on Rome
RISE OF RACIAL PERSECUTION
Characteristics and Objectives of the AntiJewish Racial Laws in Fascist Italy 19381943
The Exclusion of Jews from Italian Academies
The Damage to Italian Culture The Fate of Jewish University Professors in Fascist Italy and After 19381946
Building a Racial State Images of the Jew in the Illustrated Fascist Magazine La Difesa della Razza 19381943
The Shoah in Italy Its History and Characteristics
The Mollhausen Telegram the Kappler Decodes and the Deportation of the Jews of Rome The New CIAOSS Documents 20002002
The Persecution of Jews in Two Regions of GermanOccupied Northern Italy 19431945 Operationszone Alpenvorland and Operationszone Adriatisch...
THE VATICAN AND THE HOLOCAUST IN ITALY
The Papal Response to Nazi and Fascist AntiSemitism From Pius XI to Pius XII
Pius XII and the Rescue of Jews in Italy Evidence of a Papal Directive
AFTERMATH CONTEMPORARY ITALY AND HOLOCAUST MEMORY
The Rescued and the Rescuers in Private and Public Memories
The Impact of AntiJewish Legislation on Everyday Life and the Response of Italian Jews 19381943
The Children of Villa Emma at Nonantola
AntiJewish Persecution and Italian Society
CATASTROPHE THE GERMAN OCCUPATION 19431945
Ostala izdanja - Prikaži sve
Accademia anti-Jewish laws anti-Jewish persecution anti-Judaism anti-Semitism antisemitismo arrested Aryan Auschwitz Benigni's Berlin Bologna Bolzano camp Catholic Christian Church Comunita Contemporanea cultural decodes Demorazza deportation Difesa della Razza documents ebraica Ebraismo ebrei in Italia ebrei italiani ebrei nell'Italia Einaudi encyclical Fascist Italy Fascist regime film Florence foreign German occupation Giorgio guerra Hitler Holocaust Humani Generis Unitas Ibid issue Italian Jewish Italian Jews Italy's Jewish community Jewish question Jewry Jews in Italy Judaism Kappler leggi razziali letter libra della memoria memory mensile di Israel Merano Michele Sarfatti Milan Mollhausen Mussolini Nazi Germany nell'Italia fascista non-Jewish Nonantola October Pacelli Palatucci papal directive persecuzione Pius XII political pope race racial laws racism Rassegna mensile religious Renzo De Felice rescue Risiera Risorgimento Roman Rome roundup RSHA September Stato Storia degli ebrei Studies Toscano Trieste Turin University Vatican Villa Emma wrote Yad Vashem York Zionist Zuccotti
Stranica 14 - Of course there are no pure races left; not even the Jews have kept their blood unmingled. Successful crossings have often promoted the energy and the beauty of a nation.
Stranica 13 - Commissione per la ricostruzione delle vicende che hanno caratterizzato in Italia le attività di acquisizione dei beni dei cittadini ebrei da parte di organismi pubblici e privati, Rapporto generale, Roma 2001, p.