HOLOCAUST 'Lest we forget', page 15. Pamphlet created by Ando Gilardi, attached to the periodic 'Lavoro' ('Work'). It was the first time in Italy that were published images of the Holocaust, the event was the cause of a parliamentary debate. The dossier was later withdrawn motivated censorship as the bodies of the victims, outrageously disfigured by the harassment suffered, were also visibly naked. In this image 'At the end the Executioner were also cowards: they surrendered and then forced to bury their victims'. Italy, originally published on "Lavoro" No. 7, February 13, 1955

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title: LEST WE FORGET- PAGE 15

subject date: 2015-01-18

caption: HOLOCAUST 'Lest we forget', page 15. Pamphlet created by Ando Gilardi, attached to the periodic 'Lavoro' ('Work'). It was the first time in Italy that were published images of the Holocaust, the event was the cause of a parliamentary debate. The dossier was later withdrawn motivated censorship as the bodies of the victims, outrageously disfigured by the harassment suffered, were also visibly naked. In this image 'At the end the Executioner were also cowards: they surrendered and then forced to bury their victims'. Italy, originally published on "Lavoro" No. 7, February 13, 1955

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