Italy’s Universities to Apologize for anti-Jewish Laws That Aped Nazi Germany

It’s the first time an Italian institution is taking responsibility for the Racial Laws, as Italy still lags behind countries like Germany and France in admitting its role in the Holocaust

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MILAN — On September 5, 1938, Victor Emmanuel III, then-king of Italy, signed the infamous Racial Laws that excluded Jews from public life in fascist Italy. Academia was the first place hit. “Within a week,...