[tz] Historical discrepancies for Italy.
davidc at astrosoftware.com
Mon Oct 24 17:30:38 UTC 2016
That the German-occupied northern part of Italy observed DST on different
dates than the rest of Italy in 1944 helps explain the different dates given
by Shanks and www.inrim.it. Shanks has an ending date for DST in 1944 that
matches one part of Italy and www.inrim.it has an ending date that matches
the other part of Italy. Evidently the dates given by both Shanks and
www.inrim.it are correct but apply to different regions of Italy.
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From: "Pierpaolo Bernardi" <olopierpa at gmail.com>
To: "Gent, R.H. van (Rob)" <R.H.vanGent at uu.nl>
Cc: <tz at iana.org>
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2016 1:07 PM
Subject: Re: [tz] Historical discrepancies for Italy.
> On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 6:49 PM, Gent, R.H. van (Rob) <R.H.vanGent at uu.nl>
>> The German-occupied part of Italy probably followed that of Germany, the
>> liberated part probably followed that of the UK.
> Actually, the German controlled part officially was RSI, a puppet
> state governed by Mussolini, and that page quotes an RSI law as RSI,
> Presidenza, fasc. 57 / Decreto-legge del Duce n. 604 del
> 19.09.1944-XXII (i.e. decrees from Mussolini).
> For the southern part the references are Regio decreto-legge n. 92 del
> 29.03.1944 / Decreto-legge luogotenenziale n. 219 del 14.09.1944 (i.e.
> royal decrees).
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