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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction by Joshua D. Zimmerman Part I: Italy Jewry from Liberalism to Fascism 1. Alexander Stille, "The Double-Bind of Italian Jews: Acceptance and Assimilation." 2. Mario Toscano, "Italian Jewish Identity from the Risorgimento to the Racial Laws" 3. Giorgio Fabre, "Mussolini and the Jews on the Eve of the March on Rome" Part II: Rise of Racial Persecution 4. Michele Sarfatti, "Characteristics and Objectives of the Anti-Jewish Racial Laws in Fascist Italy, 1938-1943" 5. Annalisa Capristo, "The Beginnings of Racial Persecution: The Exclusion of Jews from Italian Academies" 6. Roberto Finzi, "The Damage to Italian Culture: Jewish University Professors in Fascist Italy and After, 1938-1946" 7. Sandro Servi, "Building a Racial State: Images of the Jew in the Illustrated Fascist Magazine, La Difesa della Razza, 1938-1943" 8. Iael Nidam-Orvieto, "The Impact of anti-Jewish Legislation on the Everyday Life and the Response of Italian Jews (1938-1943)" 9. K. Voigt, "The Children of Villa Emma at Nonantola, 1942-1943" 10. Fabio Levi, "Anti-Jewish Persecution and Italian society" Part IV: Catastrophe - The German Occupation, 1943-1945 11. Liliana Picciotto, "The Shoah in Italy: Some Aspects of its History and Characteristics" 12. Robert Katz, "The Möllhausen Telegram, the Kappler Decodes, and the Roundup and Deportation of Roman Jewry: The New Documents, 2000-2001" 13. Cinzia Villani, "The Persecution of Jews in Two Regions of Occupied Northern Italy, 1943-1945: Operationszone Alpenvorland and Operationszone Adriatisches Küstenland" Part IV: The Vatican and the Holocaust in Italy 14. Frank Coppa, "The Papal Response to Nazi and Fascist Antisemitism: From Pius XI to Pius XII" 15. Susan Zuccotti, "Pius XII and the Rescue of Jews in Italy: Evidence of a Papal Directive" Part VI: Aftermath: Contemporary Italy and Holocaust Memory 16. Anna Bravo, "The Rescued and the Rescuers in Private and Public Memories" 17: Millicent Marcus, "The Return of the Repressed: Contemporary Filmmakers Confront Italian Holocaust History" 18: Ruth Ben-Ghiat, "The Secret Histories of Roberto Benigni's Life is Beautiful"
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Jews -- Italy -- History -- 20th century.
Jews -- Persecutions -- Italy.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Italy.
Italy -- History -- 1922-1945.
Italy -- Ethnic relations.