Manifesto of Race  

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The Manifesto of Race sometimes known as the Charter of Race was a set of laws enacted in Fascist Italy during July 1938. The laws are regarded as antisemitic in nature, stripping the Jews of Italian citizenship and with it any position in the government or professions which many previous had. The manifesto demonstrated the enormous influence Adolf Hitler had over Benito Mussolini, since Italy had become allied with Nazi Germany which, at the time was quickly rising to power.



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