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Review of the Restrictions on Persons of Italian Ancestry During World War II: Report to the Congress of the U.S.
Barry Leonard (ed)
On Nov. 7, 2000, the “Wartime Violation of Italian Amer. Civil Liberties Act,” was signed into law. Sect. 3 of the Act requires a report that documents the findings of “A comprehensive review of the treatment by the U.S. Government of Italian Americans during WW2.” This report is a review of the WW2-era restrictions imposed on individuals of Italian ancestry. It addresses arrests, detentions, internments, the exclusion of individuals from military zones, the imposition of curfews, raids on homes, the confiscation of property, & the effects on fishermen & railroad workers, all within the context of wartime orders, proclamations, & directives. Includes lists required to be provided by the Act, as well as ref. to archival material & sources of additional info.
Fourth Book of Sexual Questions & Answers
Sexual Harassment: Women Speakout
Order of Christian Funerals: The Roman Ritual: Study Edition (rev. ed.)
People’s Charter?: Forty Years of the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949
Southern World: Trade & Travel Routes
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