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Salonika

Nicholas P. Stavroulakis

Salonika

Jews and dervishes

by Nicholas P. Stavroulakis

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Published by Talos Press in Athens .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Thessalonikē (Greece),
  • Greece,
  • Thessalonikē,
  • Thessalonikē.
    • Subjects:
    • Jews -- Greece -- Thessalonikē -- History.,
    • Dervishes -- Greece -- Thessalonikē. -- History.,
    • Thessalonikē (Greece) -- Ethnic relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 83).

      Other titlesJews and dervishes
      StatementNicholas P. Stavroulakis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS135.G72 T56 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination83 p. :
      Number of Pages83
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL837315M
      ISBN 109607459024
      LC Control Number95113095
      OCLC/WorldCa28832935

      Salonika, joint winner of the George Devin Award, is a play for three men and two women. "Salonica, City of Ghosts, is a wonderful evocation of the complex, glorious and tragic history of a city, with lessons both positive and negative for our present age. The author, as always, writes with compelling clarity and penetrating eye for detail.

      Bayezid’s assessment proved accurate. Many of the Spanish Jews who flooded into Salonica were well-educated merchants with a wide network of trading connections. In particular, Don Judah Benveniste and his brother, Don Samuel Benveniste, both grandsons of the Court Rabbi of Castile, brought their large library of books to the city. The city of Salonika is located in northern the invasion and occupation of Greece in April , Salonika was included in the German occupation zone. The city was occupied by German forces in early April. Before World War II, Salonika had the largest Jewish community in the time of the German occupation, the Jewish population was ab

        FAMILY PAPERS A Sephardic Journey Through the Twentieth Century By Sarah Abrevaya Stein. The last hurrah of old Salonica was on the day in when the Ottoman sultan, Mehmed V, paid a visit to. The history of the Jews of Thessaloniki reaches back two thousand years.. The city of Thessaloniki (also known as Salonika) housed a major Jewish community, mostly Eastern Sephardim, until the middle of the Second World is the only known example of a city of this size in the Jewish diaspora that retained a Jewish majority for centuries.. Sephardic Jews immigrated to the city following.


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Devin E. Naar traveled the globe, from New York to Salonica, Jerusalem, and Moscow, to excavate archives once confiscated by the Nazis. Feature Articles - The Eastern Expedition to Salonika Author Loretta Proctor on the genesis of The Long Shadow.

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