History - 1943-10, 1944 January - December, and 1944-1 Summary & Analysis

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1943-10, 1944 January - December, and 1944-1 Summary

A new double ordinance allows for all Jewish assets to be confiscated and divided among victims of air raids, and requires those of mixed breed to be under surveillance, which includes Ida. Ida is questioned, but the matter is not pursued by the Germans, although she is deeply afraid for Useppe's safety, given reports of German brutality. New people arrive at the shelter, including a group of bomb victims from Genzano, their patriarch dead of a heart attack and their family treasure walled up in the bombed ruins. A woman who is tormented by her son's ghost pays attention to Useppe, but he is otherwise ignored.

Jan: Fascists in Italian cities under German occupation are torturing and killing. The Duce's son-in-law is executed; Allied forces are blocked in Cassino. Feb-April: Remaining Jews are...

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