Reinterment of King Victor Emmanuel, Who Supported Fascists, Opens Old Wounds for Italy's Jews

Victor Emmanuel III is known for signing off on Mussolini's racial laws in 1938 and his 1940 decision to join World War II on the side of Nazi Germany

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Seventy years after he died in exile, the remains of the king of Italy and emperor of Ethiopia, Victor Emanuel III, were brought from Egypt on Sunday for reinterment in his native land.