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18. Israeli Paolo

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Paolo Israeli was born in 1877 in Trieste. His mother was born in Venice in 1844. Since 1902 Paolo had worked as physician at the Children's Hospital of Trieste, becoming director in 1924. There, he especially engaged in the program of fighting infantile tuberculosis, which was part of the Fascist health policy. Israeli's application for discrimination was sent from his home in Trieste in November 1938. The government did not make any decision until at least 15 months later, when Cardinal Secretary of State Maglione wrote about the Israeli case to Tacchi Venturi, who immediately interceded with Secretary Le Pera. The Jesuit's archive contains no other pertinent information.

Keywords:Israeli's application; Paolo Israeli; Tacchi Venturi

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Paolo Israeli was born in 1877 in Trieste. His mother was born in Venice in 1844. Since 1902 Paolo had worked as physician at the Children's Hospital of Trieste, becoming director in 1924. There, he especially engaged in the program of fighting infantile tuberculosis, which was part of the Fascist health policy. Israeli's application for "discrimination" was sent from his home in Trieste in November 1938. The government did not make any decision until at least 15 months later, when Cardinal Secretary of State Maglione wrote about the Israeli case to Tacchi Venturi, who immediately interceded with Secretary Le Pera. The Jesuit's archive contains no other pertinent information.

Keywords:Israeli's application; Paolo Israeli; Tacchi Venturi

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