On the occasion of the Day of Remembrance, the police are committed to commemorating the Shoah, as a testimony to the strong bond that has binded them to the Jewish community for years. To give more incisiveness to social communication throughout the week, the covers of the Facebook, instagram and twitter pages of the State Police are dedicated to the memory of the victims of the holocaust with a suggestive photo that immortalizes the highest symbol of the sacrifice of which they were victims. Jews or the stumbling blocks. This is to reinforce the value of remembrance as a warning so that the crimes committed by Nazi-Fascism are not repeated. Every day there will also be posts on what happened and in memory of the policemen who sacrificed their lives to save those of thousands of Jews, one of them Giovanni Palatucci. Declared Righteous among the Nations, awarded the gold medal for civil merit in 1995, the then Regent Chief of Rijeka saved the lives of thousands of Jews by rescuing them from deportation. Died at the age of 36, he has the canonical process of beatification underway.To reflect on the origins of Nazi theories, a post has brought attention to the largest Fake news in history, that is the legend of the world Jewish conspiracy, used by Hitler as an ideological basis of Nazism and as a motivation for the extermination of Jews. The commitment of the Police is also recognized beyond national borders: last November, in fact, the European Association of Jewish Communities awarded the prestigious King David Award to the Chief of Police-General Director of Public Security, Prefect Lamberto Giannini. , for its intense work of protection of Jewish communities. During the current week in the area there were numerous initiatives dedicated to the theme: in the city of Novara on 23 January the ‘Run for Mem, the Race of Memory towards the future’, organized by the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, Ucei, took place. , in a journey through the places of memory that saw the participation of athletes from the Fiamme Oro Sports Group. On 25 January, stumbling blocks were placed at the police headquarters in Trieste to commemorate the policemen who, in opposition to Nazi laws, saved the lives of numerous Jews destined for deportation. The stumbling blocks were dedicated to the memory of Commissioner Giovanni Palatucci and Commissioner Feliciano Ricciardelli deported in 1944 to the Dachau concentration camp. Today, a stumbling block will be placed at the Aosta Police Headquarters in memory of Commissioner Camillo Renzi who also died in the Dachau concentration camp
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