By Adriana Brodsky, Raanan Rein
The recent Jewish Argentina goals at filling in vital lacunae within the present historiography of Jewish Argentines. relocating clear of the political background of the prepared group, such a lot articles are dedicated to social and cultural heritage.
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The New Jewish Argentina: Facets of Jewish Experiences in the Southern Cone by Adriana Brodsky, Raanan Rein