By Lawrence Marzouk Interview Locked in the vaults of one of the world’s most secretive.
Not the first subject that springs to mind when thinking about Albania, the country’s 2,000-year-old.
Jewish communities were established by refugees from Spain, Portugal and Sicily at the end of.
The history of the Jews in Albania dates back about 2,000 years. According to historian Apostol Kotani. According to the Albanian census of 1930, there were only 204 Jews registered at that time in Albania. The official recognition of the Jewish community was granted on April 2, 1937, while at that time this community consisted in about 300 members.
The history of the Jews in Albania dates back about 2,000 years.
INTRODUCTION Albania, a small and mountainous country on the southeast coast of the Balkan peninsula,.
Albanian Muslims During the Holocaust: Astounding Resistance to the Nazis For many years the heavy.
Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Israeli Embassy in Tirana, held.
Albania was the only country that had more Jews at the end of the Nazi.
For the first time, Conference of European Rabbis President Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt led a.