Antisemitism in Italy
Antisemitism (prejudice, hatred of, or discrimination against Jews for reasons connected to their Jewish heritage), has experienced a long history of expression since the days of ancient civilizations...
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List of Italian concentration camps
Italian concentration camps include camps from the Italian colonial wars in Africa, as well as camps for civil population from areas occupied by Italy during WW II. Memory of both camps were subjected...
List of Italian concentration camps - Wikipedia
Nocra prison camp
The Nocra prison camp was an Italian prison camp established for on the island of Nocra, off the coast of Massawa, in Italian colony of Eritrea, that was used to intern political prisoners.Years after...
Gaetano Piccinini
Father Gaetano Piccinini (1904–1972) was a priest of the Don Orione Congregation, whose life encompassed religious activity in Rome and Latium. The best known and, since June 2011, officially-recogniz...
Ezra Pound
Ezra Weston Loomis Pound (30 October 1885 – 1 November 1972) was an expatriate American poet and critic who was a major figure of the early modernist movement. His contribution to poetry began wi...
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Abyar concentration camp
The Abyar concentration camp was an Italian concentration camp established in Abyar in the Italian colony of Libya during the Pacification of Libya that occurred from 1928 to 1932. The camp is recorde...
Great Synagogue of Florence
The Great Synagogue of Florence or Tempio Maggiore is a notable synagogue in Florence, Italy.
The synagogue was built between 1874 and 1882 thanks to a large donation made by David Levi, a member ...
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Giovanni Preziosi
Giovanni Preziosi (24 October 1881 in Torella dei Lombardi – 26 April 1945 in Milan) was an Italian fascist politician noted for his antisemitism.
Born into a middle-class family, he joined the pr...
Paolo Orano
Paolo Orano (born 15 June 1875 in Rome - died 7 April 1945 in Padula) was an Italian psychologist, politician and writer. Orano began his political career as a revolutionary syndicalist in Italian Soc...
History of the Jews in Naples
The history of the Jews in Naples deals with the presence of Jews in the city of Naples, Italy. The Jewish presence in the city goes back at least 2,000 years. Today, the Jewish community in Naples nu...
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History of the Jews in Sicily
The history of the Jews in Sicily deals with Jews and the Jewish community in Sicily which possibly dates back two millennia. Sicily is a large island off the Southern Italian coast. There has been a ...
Manifesto of Race
The Manifesto of Race (Italian: Manifesto della razza), sometimes known as the Charter of Race or Racial Manifesto, was a manifesto published on 14 July 1938 which prepared the enactment, in Septe...
Joshua dei Cantori
Joshua dei Cantori was a converted Italian Jew who attacked the Talmud at Cremona in 1559. According to Moritz Steinschneider, he belonged to the family Cantarini. In consequence of a dispute with Jos...
Leonardo de Benedetti
Leonardo de Benedetti (born September 15, 1898 in Turin, Italy; died October 16, 1983) was an Italian Jew and physician who was interned in the Auschwitz concentration camp from February 1944 until it...
History of the Jews in Apulia
The history of the Jews in Apulia (also known as Puglia) can be traced to over two millennia. Apulia, (from Greek Ἀπουλία, in Italian: Puglia, [ˈpuʎʎa]) in Hebrew:פוליה) is a region in the "boot ...
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History of the Jews in Sardinia
The history of the Jews in Sardinia can be traced over two millennia. Sardinia (Italian: Sardegna [sarˈdeɲɲa], Sardinian: Sardigna [sarˈdinja] in Hebrew: סרדיניה) is an island off the west coa...
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History of the Jews in San Marino
The history of the Jews in San Marino, reaches back to the Middle Ages.San Marino is a small land locked country in central Italy. There has been a Jewish presence in San Marino for at least 600 years...
History of the Jews in San Marino - Wikipedia
Pope Pius IX and Judaism
The relations between Pope Pius IX and Judaism were off to a good start at the beginning of his papacy, although relations later soured after anti-clerical revolutions provoked a loss of the pontiff's...
Pope Pius IX and Judaism - Wikipedia
Brunnenburg
Brunnenburg is a 13th-century castle in the province of South Tyrol, in northern Italy.
Schloss Brunnenburg is situated above the city of Meran, on the outskirts of the municipality of Tirol. Orig...
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Tacchi Venturi
Pietro Tacchi Venturi ([ˈpjɛtro ˈtakki venˈturi]; 1861—March 18, 1956) was a Jesuit priest and historian who served as the unofficial liaison between Benito Mussolini, the Fascist leader of Ital...
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Edgardo Mortara
Edgardo Levi Mortara (Bologna, Papal States, August 27, 1851 – Liège, Belgium, March 11, 1940) was born as an Italian Jew and became the center of an international controversy when he was abduct...
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History of the Jews in Venice
The history of the Jewish Community of Venice, which is the capital of the Veneto region of Italy has been well known since the medieval era.
Little by little, despite alternating moments of "perm...
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Vorticism
Vorticism was a short-lived modernist movement in British art and poetry of the early 20th century. It was partly inspired by Cubism. The movement was announced in 1914 in the first issue of BLAST, w...
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Giuseppe Bastianini
Giuseppe Bastianini (8 March 1899 – 17 December 1961) was an Italian politician and diplomat. Initially associated with the hard-line elements of the fascist movements he later became a member of the ...
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History of the Jews in Trieste
The history of the Jews in Trieste, Italy goes back over 800 years.
The oldest official document available mentioning a Jewish settlement in Trieste goes back to the year 1236 and it is composed o...