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FEATURES Piero Terracina Turns 90

pietro terracinaBy Pagine Ebraiche staff

Piero Terracina turned 90. He was born on November 12, 1928 in Rome and survived the Shoah. The present given to him by the Union of Italian Jewish Communities is a Chanukkia, the symbol of the …

Lebensende, das gemeinsame Manifest

manifestoEin gemeinsame Bezugspunkt um die Rechte zu bestimmen und für die Beachtung der Würde und die religiöse und geistliche Stütze zu garantieren an denen, die sich in der letzten Phase ihres Lebens in Gesundheitseinrichtungen befinden. Diesem Bedürfnis entspricht das „Interreligiöse …

NEWS Stumbling Blocks for Remembrance in Fiume

bucciBy Adam Smulevich

Born and raised in Fiume, which back then was in Italy and today is in Croatia, sisters Andra and Tatiana Bucci survived Auschwitz. They were both children: Tatiana was six years old, Andra four.

Seventy-five years after …

CULTURE Small Books, a Key to Understand the Future

libro piccoloBy Daniel Reichel

Contrary to what some might believe, the future of books is not in danger. Books have undergone a metamorphosis, adapting themselves to a faster society, but reading is still a widespread practice, explains historian David Bidussa.

“Reading …

1938, la exposición en el Quirinale

mostraImpulsada por el presidente de la República italiana Sergio Mattarella, la exposición “1938: la humanidad denegada – De las leyes raciales italianas a Auschwitz” se inaugurará esta tarde en el Quirinale en presencia del Jefe del Estado.
Se trata de …

CULTURE Jewish Sports in 1938: an Exhibition in Venice

veniceBy Pagine Ebraiche Staff

Many are the stories of Jewish sports heroes whose careers and often lives were brought to an end when there were the Anti-Jewish laws in Italy in 1938. Few of them somehow managed to keep practising …