UrbisagliaMemoria
Bibliography

Bibliography

2018. Capogreco, Carlo Spartaco. Urbisaglia, in The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–1945, Edited by Megargee Geoffrey P. – White Joseph R., vol. III: Camps and Ghettos under European Regimes Aligned with Nazi Germany, Indiana University Press, pp. 469-470.

2017. Pentucci, Maila. “Ebrei internati nelle Marche: percorsi di impegno politico, antifascismo e Resistenza”, in E. Bressan, A. Cegna, M. Pentucci (a cura di) Storie di donne e di uomini tra internamento e Resistenza nelle Marche, EUM Edizioni Università di Macerata, pp. 137-155.

2016. Salvucci, Giovanna. “Il campo di internamento di Urbisaglia (1940-1943)“, in C. Ferranti (a cura di) Carissimi Primo, Anne ed Elie, EUM Edizioni Università di Macerata, pp. 235-248.

2015. Viterbo, Giuseppe (a cura di). Il giorno di ritorno che verrà. Antologia di lettere di Carlo Alberto Viterbo dal campo di concentramento di Urbisaglia, Firenze, Aska.

2004. Capogreco, Carlo Spartaco. I Campi del duce. L’internamento civile nell’Italia fascista (1940-1943), Torino, Einaudi.

2003. Capogreco, Carlo Spartaco. “L’internamento degli ebrei italiani nel 1940 e il campo di Urbisaglia – Abbadia di Fiastra.” La Rassegna Mensile Di Israel, vol. 69, no. 1, 2003, pp. 347–368.

1997. Chiavari, Aldo. L’ultima guerra in Val di Chienti. Il passaggio del fronte e la liberazione del maceratese 1940-46. Macerata, Sico.

1993. Cruciani, Roberto. E vennero 50 anni di libertà, 1943-1993: campi di concentramento, prigionieri di guerra, internamento libero nelle Marche, 1940-1945. Macerata, Cooperativa Artivisive.

1945. Pollak, Paul. Il Campo di concentramento di UrbisagliaArchivio della Fondazione Centro di documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea, Fondo Israel Kalk, III-IV, Busta 3, Fascicolo 33.

Websites

CDED Digital LibraryResearch institute for the contemporary history of Italian Jews. It holds the most extensive collection of documents on the Holocaust in Italy.
annapizzuti.itDatabase on foreign Jews interned in Italy during the war, with in-depth analyses on laws and internment camps.
campifascisti.itDocuments, testimonies, photographs and other material from several internment camps in Italy.
Yad VashemIsrael’s national authority for Holocaust remembrance. The website holds the most extensive collection of documents on the Holocaust in the world: more than 210.000.000 pages of records, 131.000 testimonies from survivors, 500.000 photographs and about 4.8 million names registered in the Hall of Names.
ACS RomaCollection of interviews in Italian conducted by USC Shoah Foundation The Institute for Visual History and Education and kept in the State Central Archive in Rome.
nomidellashoah.itThis database collects information on the fate of more than 7.000 Italian and foreign Jews who were persecuted and then deported from Italy. The information available is surname, name, date and place of birth, surname and name of spouse if deported, place of capture, camp of destination outside Italy, and their later fate.
Leo Baeck InstituteOnline archive of the Leo Baeck Institute: personal correspondence, documents, catalogues.
JDG ArchivesWebsite of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Association, also known as The Joint: it holds documents, photographs, audio and video recordings concerning contemporary Jewish history starting from 1914.
Arolsen ArchivesIt holds documents on the victims of Nazism.
CISETranscripts of the records of the internees of the Urbisaglia Internment camp by the Interdepartmental Centre of Jewish Studies of the University of Pisa.
Archivio Maggioli MazzoniItalian and foreign Jews interned in the province of Pesaro, 1940-1944.