The expulsion of Jews from almost all fields of work is also evident in the amendments included in the ‘Dictionary of today’s Italians’. Here, facing each other, the 1936 edition of ‘Who’s Who’ with university professors, senators, painters, engineers, and lawyers with the Jewish surname ‘Levi’, and the 1940 edition, in which this surname has disappeared.
Chi è? Dizionario degli italiani d’oggi, Roma, A.F. Formiggini Editore, 1936.
Amedeo Osti Guerrazzi Collection, Roma
Chi è? Dizionario degli italiani d’oggi, Roma, Cenacolo, 1940.
Fondazione Museo della Shoah, Roma