No other country in Latin America received as many European Jews fleeing the Nazi regime than Argentina. The influence of their culture can be felt even today - especially in Buenos Aires.
Is religion the only way to preserve the Jewish tradition? Not necessarily, says Argentine-Jewish author Ariel Magnus. He explains how assimilation can also become a sad burden.
Robert Schopflocher, a German-Jewish writer in Buenos Aires, writes about life in three worlds.
Robert Schopflocher reads his poem, 'Das Stempellied.'
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