Re: Sefardim in Ashkenaz territory #galicia


Yekkey@...
 

Like many myths there is probably some basis in reality. Some of the
expellees >from Spain went to Germany or Holland and later worked their way
east.

Another route was >from Turkish territory in Europe across the Danube to
Rumania and Austria-Hungary.

At one time there was a synagogue in Bucharest, Rumania called "die sfardishe
shul." At the same time there was a synagogue in Sofia, Bulgaria called
"kahal de los ashkenazim." The border was fluid and people crossed it.

Dan Nussbaum
Fall River, Massachusetts

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