Italian Dodecanese (1912-1947), thousands of secret police files emerge -
General news -
Rhodes (Greece), December 3 - Bureaucratic certificates, such as permits
and authorizations, as well as confidential reports, records of personal
habits, political views and much more: the Fascist regime held 90,000 files
on the inhabitants of the Italian Dodecanese, a group of Aegean islands
governed by Italy from 1912 to 1947, where at the time there lived, in all,
about 130,000 inhabitants.

Now, 66 years after the end of Italian rule, the local Greek state archive
has acquired the archive of the Royal Carabinieri Group - Special Central
Office, hosted for all these years within the Rhodes police station. The
documents will be available for consultation by researchers once the
considerable effort of cataloging is complete.

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