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The righteous enemy the story of the Italian resistance to the final solution / Parstel Films ; produced, directed, and written by Joseph Rochlitz.

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    During World War II, the Italian Army interned Jews rather than sending them to death camps in Germany. This film describes the many lengths the Italian officials went to save Jews. It shows how Italian officials prevented the deportation of some 40,000 Jews in Italian occupied France, Greece, and Yugoslavia. While the Italians could not save them all, their defiance of Mussolini and government orders did protect many lives.
    Format
    Video
    Published
    Waltham, MA : National Center for Jewish Film, c2006
    Locale
    Italy
    Balkan Peninsula
    Germany
    Other Authors/Editors
    Moni, Steven.
    Rochlitz, Joseph.
    Shelach, Menahem.
    Klarsfeld, Serge, 1935-
    Parstel Films.
    National Center for Jewish Film.
    Notes
    Originally released in 1987.
    Editor, Steven Moni (per Joseph Rochlitz, 3/10/2011 email).
    Narrated by Joseph Rochlitz.
    Historical consultants, Menahem Shelah and Serge Klarsfeld.
    DVD - NTSC; all regions.
    Italian and Hebrew with English subtitles; narration in English.

    Physical Details

    ISBN
    1585872148
    9781585872145
    Physical Description
    1 videodisc (84 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.

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