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The Italian Executioners: Italy and the Holocaust, 1943-45.

Date:

03/10/2020


The Italian Executioners: Italy and the Holocaust, 1943-45.

Almost 8,000 Jews were deported from Italy during the Holocaust and killed in Auschwitz. About half of them were arrested by Italians: members of the fascist party, police and military forces. Informing was widespread, often motivated by greed and turning in next-door neigbours. In the postwar period the role of Italians in the genocide fell mostly into oblivion.

Simon Levis Sullam is associate professor of Modern History at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. His publications include Giuseppe Mazzini and the Origins of Fascism (Palgrave 2015) and The Italian Executioners. The Genocide of the Jews of Italy (Princeton University Press 2018).

Viterbi Lecture in Mediterranean Jewish Studies

Moderator: Marla Stone (Occidental College)

 

Pre -registration required: PHONE (310) 267-5327 or EMAIL cjsrsvp@humnet.ucla.edu

Information

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Time: From 4:00 pm To 6:00 pm

Organized by : The UCLA Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies

In collaboration with : The UCLA Department of Italian, The UCLA Department of History, Centro Primo Levi New York, Istituto Italiano di Cultura Los Angeles

Entrance : Free


Location:

UCLA - 314 Royce Hall

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