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 Angelo Carlo Lanza
Angelo Lanza on Capri, visiting his uncle Ottavio, Duke of Camastra, and his aunt Rose Ney d'Elchingen who were spending their summer holidays at the Hotel Quisisana, in 1926. Courtesy of Manfredi Lanza.
Marino Marini: portrait of Angelo in ink on paper support resulting from several sheets glued together, datable to 1928. Cm. 29 x 21. Part of a lot of family graphic works donated by Manfredi Lanza to the Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe of the Uffizi Museum in Florence in 2007. Courtesy of Manfredi Lanza.
Marino Marini: plaster head of Angelo preserved in the Museum of the Villa Reale in Milan. Height: cm. 36. Courtesy of Manfredi Lanza.
Angelo Lanza in the United States in March 1948, with his daughter Bianca born in October 1943. Courtesy of Manfredi Lanza.
Angelo and little Bianca, in July 1948. Courtesy of Manfredi Lanza.
Angelo, in America, in August 1953. Courtesy of Manfredi Lanza.