'Black Sabbath' in Salonika
11th July 1942: The Jews of Salonika, Greece are humiliated for the amusement of the occupying Germans
In 1941 the city of Salonika (Thessaloniki) had the largest population of Jews in Greece, 54,000 people, around two thirds of the Jews living in the country. They were an old community, having been established in the 15th century when the Jews were expelled fro…
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