Luigi Luzzatti


Luigi Luzzatti

Infobox Prime Minister
name = Luigi Luzzati


order = 31st
President of the Council of Ministers of Italy
monarch = Victor Emmanuel III
term_start = March 31, 1910
term_end = March 30, 1911
predecessor = Sidney Sonnino
successor = Giovanni Giolitti
birth_date = birth date|1841|3|11|mf=y
death_date = death date and age|1927|3|29|1841|3|11|mf=y
birth_place = Venice, Italy
death_place = Rome, Italy
party = Liberal

Luigi Luzzatti (March 11, 1841 – March 29, 1927) was an Italian political figure and served as Prime Minister of Italy between 1910 and 1911. He was Italy's first Jewish prime minister, though predecessor Sydney Sonnino was of partial Jewish ancestry.

He is remembered for his book "Dio nella libertà" (God in Freedom), in which he advocates religious tolerance. This provoked an exchange of correspondence between him and Benedetto Croce.


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