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Italy: government records

Atti parlamentari
RECAP Oversize 0854.4.2q
Documents the activities, legislative and otherwise, of the Parlamento. We have 1848-1943 and 1948-1958; see also Atti (Assemblea costituente), 1946-1948: Firestone KKH2101 .I837. We do not hold the records published by the Camera di Fasci e delle Corporazioni, which covers 1934-1943. There is an index to the Atti for 1848-1939 at RECAP J388 .H21 Index

Le Assemblee del risorgimenti. Atti raccolti e pubblicati per deliberazione della Camera dei deputati.
Firestone J388 .C5 1911
Retrospective collection of documents from Italian regional legislatures, 1821-1870.

Bollettino delle assemblee legislative
Firestone J388.H2 I873
Covers 1927-1940.

Gazzetta ufficiale
The official record of legislation enacted by the government of Italy:

  • Gazzetta ufficiale del regno d’Italia [1875-1946; incomplete]: RECAP Oversize 0854.388q
  • Gazzetta ufficiale della Repubblica italiana [1946-2007; some gaps] RECAP Oversize 0854.388q
  • See also http://www.gazzettaufficialeonline.it for an online version of the Gazzetta after 1988.

Documenti diplomatici italiani
Firestone DG491 .A3 1952
This series documents Italian foreign affairs. It is based on material from the Archivio Storico Diplomatico del Ministero degli Affari Esteri. It is arranged chronologically in subseries covering 1861 to the 1950's, and is still in progress.

There are other related series:

  • Documenti diplomatici [older version of the above; covers 1865-1901 in roughly 100 volumes]: Firestone Oversize DG555 .I865q
  • Documenti diplomatici italiani sull’Armenia, Seconda serie, 1891-1916: Firestone DG499.A7 D639 1999
  • L’Italia in Africa; serie storica (covers roughly 1850-1890): RECAP DT35 .A486 1958
  • L’Italia in Africa: serie giuridico-amministrativa: RECAP JQ3580 .I81 1963  

Italy: Mussolini

Personal Papers of Benito Mussolini (1883-1945)
1548.19.667
316 reels
Printed guide: none
Together with some official records of the Italian Foreign Office and the Ministry of Culture, 1922-1944, received by the Department of State as part of the collection of records seized by the U.S. after World War II. See http://www.archives.gov/research/captured-german-records/foreign-records-seized.html.