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33. Parasol Feliks Ryszard

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Feliks Ryszard Parasol was born on 23 June 1905 in Czestochowa. Dr Feliks Parasol appealed to the Police Office in Turin and the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Rome. In his application, he asked that they take into consideration his absolutely unique case so that he could obtain the benefit of remaining in Italy, his second Fatherland, where he had spent 13 years studying and working "in full harmony with the directives of Fascism," making friends, and meeting a woman who would become his companion. The Archbishop of Turin, Cardinal Maurilio Tossati, asked Tacchi Venturi for help in a letter written on 26 December 1938. The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names lists numerous Polish Jews who bore the name of Parasol, including some from Feliks Parasol's hometown of Czestochowa, who may have been related to him, but no precise family ties among them could be established.

Keywords:Czestochowa; Parasol Feliks Ryszard; Tacchi Venturi

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