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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mail Service)

Angelo Tagliocozzo, Vice-President of the Rome Jewish Community, died here. The Rome newspapers devote considerable space to praising his patriotic services to the country.

During the Italian War of Liberation of 1866, Angelo Tagliocozzo distinguished himself by his bravery.

He was one of the leading engineers in the country and carried out many important works in many towns, among them the erection of the building of the Ministry of Finance and the Museum of Geology.

He was the founder of the Jewish Hospital in Rome and of the Jewish Home for the Aged.

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