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Giacomo Debenedetti (1901–1967) was born in a Jewish family in Biella region of Piemonte Italy. He became an Italian journalist, literary critic and author of the short books October 16, 1943—an account of the deportation of Roman Jews shortly after the occupation of Rome by the Nazi army—and Eight Jews, a critique of Raffale Alianello's defense of fascist Questore (Police Commissioner) Pietro Caruso at his trial for war crimes, on the basis that he had crossed eight Jewish names off of a list of Roman citizens slated for execution in the Ardeatine Caves Massacre.

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  • Giacomo Debenedetti
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  • Giacomo Debenedetti (Biella, 25 de junio de 1901 - Roma, 20 de enero de 1967) fue un escritor, ensayista y crítico literario italiano, uno de los primeros en Italia en acoger el Psicoanálisis y uno de los pioneros en reconocer el valor literario de Marcel Proust.
  • Giacomo Debenedetti (* 25. Juni 1901 in Biella; † 20. Januar 1967 in Rom) war ein italienischer Literaturkritiker und Schriftsteller.
  • Giacomo Debenedetti, né d'une famille juive le 25 juin 1901 à Biella (Piémont) et mort le 20 janvier 1967 à Rome, est un écrivain italien, journaliste et critique littéraire, lauréat du prix Antonio Feltrinelli.
  • Giacomo Debenedetti (1901–1967) was born in a Jewish family in Biella region of Piemonte Italy. He became an Italian journalist, literary critic and author of the short books October 16, 1943—an account of the deportation of Roman Jews shortly after the occupation of Rome by the Nazi army—and Eight Jews, a critique of Raffale Alianello's defense of fascist Questore (Police Commissioner) Pietro Caruso at his trial for war crimes, on the basis that he had crossed eight Jewish names off of a list of Roman citizens slated for execution in the Ardeatine Caves Massacre.
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  • Giacomo Debenedetti (Biella, 25 de junio de 1901 - Roma, 20 de enero de 1967) fue un escritor, ensayista y crítico literario italiano, uno de los primeros en Italia en acoger el Psicoanálisis y uno de los pioneros en reconocer el valor literario de Marcel Proust.
  • Giacomo Debenedetti (* 25. Juni 1901 in Biella; † 20. Januar 1967 in Rom) war ein italienischer Literaturkritiker und Schriftsteller.
  • Giacomo Debenedetti, né d'une famille juive le 25 juin 1901 à Biella (Piémont) et mort le 20 janvier 1967 à Rome, est un écrivain italien, journaliste et critique littéraire, lauréat du prix Antonio Feltrinelli.
  • Giacomo Debenedetti (1901–1967) was born in a Jewish family in Biella region of Piemonte Italy. He became an Italian journalist, literary critic and author of the short books October 16, 1943—an account of the deportation of Roman Jews shortly after the occupation of Rome by the Nazi army—and Eight Jews, a critique of Raffale Alianello's defense of fascist Questore (Police Commissioner) Pietro Caruso at his trial for war crimes, on the basis that he had crossed eight Jewish names off of a list of Roman citizens slated for execution in the Ardeatine Caves Massacre.
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