L'ultima diaspora : soccorso ebraico durante la seconda guerra mondiale (Book, 2005) [WorldCat.org]
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L'ultima diaspora : soccorso ebraico durante la seconda guerra mondiale

Author: Sandro Antonini
Publisher: Genova : De Ferrari, ©2005.
Series: Sestante (Genoa, Italy)
Edition/Format:   Print book : ItalianView all editions and formats
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Traces the history of the Jewish Italian organization Delegazione Assistenza Emigranti Ebrei (DELASEM), which was founded in Genova with the permission of the fascist government and was active between 1939-47. It was financed by Jewish international organizations, and was aided by the Catholic Church and the Italian Resistance movement. Between 1939-43, DELASEM assisted Jewish refugees who, from 1938, because of the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sandro Antonini
ISBN: 8871726979 9788871726977
OCLC Number: 63212514
Description: 245 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Sestante (Genoa, Italy)
Responsibility: Sandro Antonini.
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Traces the history of the Jewish Italian organization Delegazione Assistenza Emigranti Ebrei (DELASEM), which was founded in Genova with the permission of the fascist government and was active between 1939-47. It was financed by Jewish international organizations, and was aided by the Catholic Church and the Italian Resistance movement. Between 1939-43, DELASEM assisted Jewish refugees who, from 1938, because of the Racial Laws, lost their residence rights, and from 1941 were interned in refugee camps. In 1942 the "DELASEM dei Piccoli" was created in order to help children. In 1943 DELASEM was divided into two branches: one in Rome, in liberated Italy, and the other in Genova, working clandestinely under the Nazi occupation und under the Repubblica Sociale Italiana. During this stage, DELASEM extended its help to all Jews, including Italians. After the war, until 1947, DELASEM helped in reunifying Jewish families and in emigration to Palestine.

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