A Muslim from Sarajevo hid a Jewish friend from the Nazis and was later shielded from the Balkans' violence in the 1990s by a Jewish aid group. It's just one of the many tales from a recent talk in Los Angeles about Sephardic Jewry.
This spring marks 70 years since Nazi Germany invaded what was then Yugoslavia, ultimately deporting and exterminating most of the Sephardic Jewish communities of the Balkans.
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