Patrizia Guarnieri

Intellectuals Displaced from Fascist Italy.

Migrants, Exiles and Refugees Fleeing for Political and Racial Reasons

©2019-Author(s) Published by Firenze University Press
e-ISBN: 978-88-6453-872-3 | DOI: 10.36253/978-88-6453-872-3

Intellectuals Displaced from Fascist Italy

Jeonathan Prato (1913-2006)

Florence 16 February 1913 - Jerusalem 5 January 2006

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Emigrant family members

  • David Prato (Livorno 8 January 1882 - Rome 7 March 1951), father: he was a teacher and a rabbi. He emigrated to Palestine in December 1938 and came back to Italy in September 1945.
  • Corinna Rachel Livia Servi (1887-1948), mother: she emigrated with her husband in 1938 and came back to Italy in September 1945.
  • Kläre Weill Prato (Stuttgart 17 November 1906 - Jerusalem 4 August 2002), wife: she emigrated to Palestine in 1936.

Movements

1913Florence

Birth and education

  • Law degree at the University of Florence
  • Student
1935Alexandria (Egypt)

Short stay

1936Tel Aviv

Emigration to Palestine

  • Fixed-term employment
  • Teacher
1938Jerusalem

Lawyer

  • During 1947-1948 he worked at the Italian-language transmissions of the Israeli radio.
  • Freelance job
  • Lawyer,Journalist
1949Rome

Beginning of the diplomatic career: first secretary of the Isreali embassy in Rome

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1951Buenos Aires

Consul for Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1955Jerusalem

Return to Israel

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1957Athens

Diplomatic representative in Greece

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1960L'Avana

Israeli ambassador to Cuba

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1964Jerusalem

Return to Israel

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1966Madrid

Mission to Spain to establish diplomatic channels between Istrael and Spain

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1969San José (Costa Rica)

Istraeli ambassador to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Honduras

  • Stable employment
  • Official
1972Jerusalem

Chief of cooperation with Christian churches

  • Stable employment
  • Official
2006Jerusalem