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Saturday, January 27, 2018

In the late 1938 Antisemitic Racial Laws passed in Italy. Jews were expelled from schools, isolated from the rest of society and their possessions confiscated. Italian responsibility continued through the years. The Laws were not abrogated when the fascist regime falled on July 25 1943 and 8,000 Italian Jews were deported to death camps. In the year 2000 the Italian State established January 27 as the Shoah Memorial Day.
.:. The Children of the Shoah presents music, readings and thoughts on the Memorial Day. The City itself has organized several events.

Giorno della memoria
Event Conservatorio
Via Conservatorio 12
Monforte district
nearest subway stationSan Babila
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