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Amelia Rosselli

Exile. from: La Famiglia Rosselli – Una Tragedia Italiana Aldo Rosselli. Translated by Inga Pierson At first glance and especially from a certain distance, Amelia Rosselli, reclining in her rocker on the front porch of the little house at 9 Clark…

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Fascist Antisemitism in the US

Stefano Lucani, , American Jewish Archives Journal, 56 NO. 1 & 2 (2004) Scholars have long contended that anti-Semitism in fascist Italy was a much milder version than its counterpart in Nazi Germany. In this view Italy was a latecomer to…

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Italy and the Voice of America

Sandro Gerbi, Americordo Conference, Columbia University, 2010 On the evening of January 20, 1944, in Lima, Peru, my father Antonello sat down to write a long letter to his two brothers living in New York – Giuliano, a journalist with…

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Our Life Was Divided

Stefano Luconi, Transatlantica, 2014 Introduction Migration studies have dismissed the somewhat uncritical and romantic celebration of the heroic saga of the political expatriates as professional revolutionaries who traveled the world to spread the “Idea” and allegedly lived adventurously on the…

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