Between Mussolini and Hitler
The Jews and the Italian Authorities in France and Tunisia
Daniel Carpi

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments • Introduction
• NORTHERN FRANCE: THE OCCUPIED ZONE (JUNE 1940-SEPTEMBER 1943)
• Social Discrimination and Economic Restrictions (June 1940-June 1942)
• The Massive Manhunts and the Deportation to the East (July-November 1942)
• The Last Days of Italy's Axis Partnership (November 1942-September 1943)
• SOUTHERN FRANCE (JUNE 1940-SEPTEMBER 1943)
• The Unoccupied Zone (June 1940-November 1942)
• The Italian Occupation Zone: The First Days (November-December 1942) •The Struggle over the Fate of the Jewish Refugees in the Italian Occupation Zone (January-February 1943)
• The Italian "Race Police" in Nice (March-July 1943)
• The Forty-five Days of the Badoglio Government (25 July-8 September 1943)
• TUNISIA (JUNE 1940-MAY 1943)
• General Background
• In the Shadow of Vichy Government Policy (June 1940-November 1942)
• Under the Heel of the Axis Army (9 November 1942-13 May 1943)
• Conclusions
• Notes
• Bibliography
• Index




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