Intellectuals Displaced from Fascist Italy.
Migrants, Exiles and Refugees Fleeing for Political and Racial Reasons
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Lives on the move
Displaced intellectuals - Who were they?
First names and surnames
Work in progress
Notes on research
Fascist legislation and reparations legislation (1925-2000)
and the racial laws
From persecution to reparation
The years of the Republic
Archives and abbreviations
Links and partnerships
Intellectuals Displaced from Fascist Italy
Gallery of Mirella Levi D’Ancona
Mirella holding her little brother Viviano, no date but late 1930s. Courtesy of Luisa Levi D'Ancona.
Mirella with her mother and brothers; from the left Antonio, Viviano (in his mother Flora's arms), Vivaldo and Pier Lorenzo, Naples, Villa Majo, 1938. Courtesy of Luisa Levi D'Ancona.
Mirella Levi D'Ancona, circa 1953. Courtesy of Viviano Levi D'Ancona.
Mirella Levi D'Ancona. Courtesy of Viviano Levi D'Ancona.
Mirella Levi D'Ancona among the passengers embarked from Genoa to New York, 1946. NARA, Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1897-1957, T715, R7169, List or Manifest of Alien Passengers for the United States Immigrant Inspector at Port of Arrival, Genoa, 24 August 1946.