Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bartali, cycling, cyclists, Giro d'Italia, heroism, Hitler, just a cyclist, Rabbi Nathan Cassuto, Sara Corcos, Shoshan Evron, Twitter
He didn’t go on Twitter about it.
After the war Bartali never spoke of his underground work during the German occupation. Hence many of his courageous endeavors remain unknown. Sara Corcos, who worked for the CDEC Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea in Milan, told her niece, Shoshan Evron, the daughter of Rabbi Nathan Cassuto, that she had met Gino Bartali after the war. He emphatically refused to be interviewed, and said that he had been motivated by his conscience and therefore did not want to have his activity documented. Only when Corcos told him that she was related to the family of Rabbi Cassuto, a deeply moved Bartali agreed to speak, on condition that she would not record him. In the conversation that followed, Bartali told Corcos about the forged documents and about his role in distributing them.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: congress, Cory Gardner, energy, energy exports, gas, gas exports, LNG, Mark Udall, Natural gas, Race to the Stupid, Udall
The U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee’s decision today to approve Rep. Cory Gardner’s bill aimed at increasing liquified natural gas exports has Republicans crowing because his November opponent, Democrat Mark Udall, plans to introduce an identical bill in the Senate.