Pouring Jewish Water Into Fascist Wine

This book offers a critical edition of the petitions in their original Italian language that (Catholic) Jews residing in Italy submitted to the Fascist General Administration for Demography and Race (Demorazza) in order either to be ...

   Pouring Jewish Water Into Fascist Wine

Author: Robert Aleksander Maryks

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004216707

Page: 389

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This book offers a critical edition of the petitions in their original Italian language that (Catholic) Jews residing in Italy submitted to the Fascist General Administration for Demography and Race (Demorazza) in order either to be “discriminated,” i.e., not subjected to various provisions of Mussolini’s racial laws.

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