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Italian Jews Dedicate Monument to Jewish War Dead; Govt. Leaders. Notables Present

A number of prominent Italian and foreign statesmen and civil leaders attended the dedication of a memorial to the Jewish war dead which was erected in the Jewish cemetery at Milan. The monument was placed over a tomb containing the remains of twelve Jews murdered by the Nazis. Present were Umberto Terracini, president of the Italian Constituent Assembly, Amintore Franfari, Minister of Labor, the Polish Ambassador to Italy and the French envoy to the Vatican.