Dec. 22, 1938

Royal Decree-Law – December 22, 1938-XVII, no. 2111 Provisions relating to placement on leave absolute and for pensions to the military personnel of the armed forces of the Jewish race [Italy]: ” … Art. 1 The officers serving with the Royal Army, the Royal Navy, the Royal Air Force, the Royal financial police and militia for national security, belonging to the Jewish race, other than those referred to in art. 4, are exempt from service in accordance with art. 20 of the Royal Decree-Law of November 17, 1938-XVII, number 1728, and placed on leave ever. … Victor Emmanuel Mussolini – Solmi – Of Revel … Acts of the Government, the register 406, sheet 12. – Mancini.” [Editor’s note: Google translated from Italian on 8/2015.]
The Anti-Jewish Laws of Fascist Italy,” CDEC, Foundation Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation, Accessed online 8/26/2015 ADD PAGE # AND RESEARCHER/DATE