Pellegrino Ghigi

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Pellegrino Ghigi (November 29, 1899 – 1995) was an Italian diplomat. He was ambassador of Italy to Egypt (1935 – June 1936), Romania (1938–1941) and Spain (July 25, 1958 – May 5, 1961). He was also Italian plenipotentiary in occupied Greece (1941–1943).[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Friedrich Christof: Befriedung im Donauraum, 1998, S. 204
  2. ^ olokaustos, L'Olocausto in Grecia - 7

Bibliography[edit]

  • Friedrich Christof: Befriedung im Donauraum. Der Zweite Wiener Schiedsspruch und die deutsch-ungarischen diplomatischen Beziehungen 1939–1942. Frankfurt am Main : Lang, 1998
Preceded by
Emilio Pagliano
Ambassador of Italy to Egypt
1935–1936
Succeeded by
Serafino Mazzolini
Preceded by
Antonio Paternò Castello di San Giuliano
Ambassador of Italy to Romania
1938–1941
Succeeded by
Giacomo de Martino
Preceded by
Giulio del Balzo di Presenzano
Ambassador of Italy to Spain
1958–1961
Succeeded by
Cristoforo Fracassi Ratti Mentone di Torre Rossano