[tz] Historical discrepancies for Italy.

Paul Eggert eggert at cs.ucla.edu
Thu Oct 27 19:23:16 UTC 2016

On 10/24/2016 12:32 PM, Michael H Deckers via tz wrote:
> It turns out that the INRiM page is wrong for both changes in 1944: 
> the switch they give for summer time is the one obeying C-Eur Rules 
> and was applied in RSI but not south of the Gothic line; the switch to 
> winter time on Sep 17 went from 03 to 02 h, not from 02 to 01 h as 
> given by INRiM

Yes, thanks, this sounds right, so I installed the attached proposed 
patch to depart from INRIM's table for the two 1944 transitions in Rome, 
rewriting comment to explain this somewhat-confusing situation better.

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