zones of operation (e.g. in Greece) and Italy itself, not away from it. Further, while it is true that the "race laws" were declared in 1938, it had so many loopholes (excepting 'essential' workers, Jewish members of the Fascist party, etc.) that they were unenforceable. Hilbert indeed writes that 'Italian Jews were almost wholly unaffected by the legislation". Over 80% of Italian Jews survived the war, and ALL of those who died in concentration camps, were deported after the 1943 armistice. For Mussolini the Nazi's "Jewish Question" was beyond the "highest civilization" (i.e. Italy, the heir to Ancient Rome).
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