- May 2014
That might be a fair point. I mean, Algerian Jews were only Gallicized because Algeria was officially part of France, correct? Of course, this wouldn't explain why a lot of Tunisian and Moroccan Jews also immigrated to France (as opposed to Israel or elsewhere) after these countries acquired their independence."Germanized" Jews existed in German areal. In Hungarian areal, there were "Hungarized" Jews, in Romanian areal were "Romanized" Jews, aso.
A German "puppet" state not germanized would not "germanize" the local Jews.
Good point. Also, No, I don't think that they were accepted in Tsarist Russia unless they converted to Christianity.As I said: "When they had been accepted.... we're they ... ?