This Day in Jewish History / Fascist Italy announces its first anti-Jewish laws
After February 1938, the Mussolini regime turned on the Jews, apparently as expediency rather than ideology. The Italian people, however, didn’t cooperate.
September 1, 1938, was the day that the first of Italy’s anti-Jewish racial laws were announced.
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