The Exodus of North-African Jews to the Paris Area in the 1950s and 1960s

The Parisian Example
By Charlotte Siney-Lange

From 1956 onward, and especially from 1962, Jews had to leave North Africa for France. In the Paris area, it led to specific modalities for their insertion, changes in community institutions, and to some tensions between Ashkenazes and Sefarads

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