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Arranged in five series: 1. Requisition of Jews art works, and tracing of foreigners in Italy (ASCA, b. 644); 2. List of displaced persons, Oct. 1-15, 1943 (SASA, ASCA, b. 646); 3. Resolutions of the Podesta: City cemetery matters, 19 February 1944 (SASA, ASCA, reg. 62, 1943-1944); 4. Constitution in Assisi of a subcommittee of the Union of Jewish Communities, August 1, 1944 (SASA, ASCA, b. 390, issue); 5. Records of the Commissariat of Public Security of Assisi, b. 2, Div. 1, cat. A / 1. 1944 (SASA)
Source of acquisition is the Archivio di Stato di Assisi (State Archives of Assisi), Italy. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received the filmed collection via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum International Archival Programs Division in Aug. 2015.
Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali a del turismo
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Restrictions on use. No publication on the Internet or other public domain without the written permission from the General Directorate on Archival Assets, Italy. No copies of the records should be given to 3rd party users without the consent of the source. The Museum will ensure that researchers acknowledge in writing that use of microfilmed documents is governed by the Berne Convention, article 10, and in accordance with Italian legislation. Persons or institutions wishing to use records for commercial purposes should obtain prior consent of the General Directorate and pay applicable copyright fees in accordance with the Italian law no. 4 of 1993.
Record last modified: 2015-11-25 15:49:09
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