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Under his very windows : the Vatican and the Holocaust / Susan Zuccotti.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.I8 Z87 2000

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Zuccotti, Susan, 1940-
    Published
    New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 2000
    Locale
    Italy
    Contents
    Introduction
    Chapter 1: The Vatican and Anti-Semitism
    Chapter 2: The Vatican and Anti-Semitism in Italy
    Chapter 3: Italian Anti-Jewish Laws During the Papacy of Pius XI
    Chapter 4: Italian Anti-Jewish Laws During the Papacy of Pius XII
    Chapter 5: Refugees and Emigration, 1939-1942
    Chapter 6: Foreign Jews in Italian Internment Camps, 1940-1943
    Chapter 7: What the Pope Knew About the Holocaust
    Chapter 8: Italian-Occupied Croatia, April 1941-July 1943
    Chapter 9: Italy and Italian-Occupied France, November 1942-July 1943
    Chapter 10: The Forty-Five Days: The Vatican, Badoglio, and the Jews
    Chapter 11: Under the Pope's Very Windows: The Rome Roundup, October 16, 1943
    Chapter 12: Hiding Before the Roundup, September 8-October 16, 1943
    Chapter 13: Hiding After the Roundup: Roman Convents, Monasteries, Catholic Hospitals and Schools, October 16-December 1943
    Chapter 14: Hiding After the Roundup: Vatican Properties, October 16-December 1943
    Chapter 15: Raids and Reconsideration, December 1943-June 1944
    Chapter 16: The Vatican and Rescue in the North: Genoa, Turin, and Milan
    Chapter 17: The Vatican and Rescue in Central Italy: Florence and Assisi
    Chapter 18: The Vatican, the Patriarch, and the Jews in Venice
    Chapter 19: The Vatican, the Bishop, and the Jews in Trieste
    Chapter 20: The Vatican and Jews Arrested in Italy, December 1943-May 1945
    Conclusion.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction -- Chapter 1: The Vatican and Anti-Semitism -- Chapter 2: The Vatican and Anti-Semitism in Italy -- Chapter 3: Italian Anti-Jewish Laws During the Papacy of Pius XI -- Chapter 4: Italian Anti-Jewish Laws During the Papacy of Pius XII -- Chapter 5: Refugees and Emigration, 1939-1942 -- Chapter 6: Foreign Jews in Italian Internment Camps, 1940-1943 -- Chapter 7: What the Pope Knew About the Holocaust -- Chapter 8: Italian-Occupied Croatia, April 1941-July 1943 -- Chapter 9: Italy and Italian-Occupied France, November 1942-July 1943 -- Chapter 10: The Forty-Five Days: The Vatican, Badoglio, and the Jews -- Chapter 11: Under the Pope's Very Windows: The Rome Roundup, October 16, 1943 -- Chapter 12: Hiding Before the Roundup, September 8-October 16, 1943 -- Chapter 13: Hiding After the Roundup: Roman Convents, Monasteries, Catholic Hospitals and Schools, October 16-December 1943 -- Chapter 14: Hiding After the Roundup: Vatican Properties, October 16-December 1943 -- Chapter 15: Raids and Reconsideration, December 1943-June 1944 -- Chapter 16: The Vatican and Rescue in the North: Genoa, Turin, and Milan -- Chapter 17: The Vatican and Rescue in Central Italy: Florence and Assisi -- Chapter 18: The Vatican, the Patriarch, and the Jews in Venice -- Chapter 19: The Vatican, the Bishop, and the Jews in Trieste -- Chapter 20: The Vatican and Jews Arrested in Italy, December 1943-May 1945 -- Conclusion.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0300084870
    Physical Description
    408 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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