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Meet the Levy Family. Their History Is Our History.

Meet the Levy Family. Their History Is Our History.

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Sa’adi, the family patriarch, died in 1903. By the time his grandchildren were adults, in the years after World War II, none could speak his language, the Judeo-Spanish dialect Ladino. His city Salonica, the Jewish port ruled by Muslim Turks, had become a Greek Christian city, Thessaloniki. The Jews were gone.The Levy cousins, Stein writes, “had lived under Ottoman, Greek, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, British, Indian and Brazilian rule; they had witnessed the 1917 fire in Salonica, the Balkan Wars, the First and Second World Wars; and they had emigrated in multiple directions, some more than once.”Daout, the loyal Ottoman official who’d greeted Mehmed V in 1911, later…

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