Museum Review: Memorial da Imigração Judaica e do Holocausto – São Paulo,Brazil

Eduardo Schvartz* Simone Schvartz** Introduction The presence of Jews in Brazil dates back to the 15th-century during the persecution and discrimination by the Inquisition, many of them so-called “New Christians” who converted to Christianity but continued to practice their Jewish faith secretly. In the mid-17th century, when the Netherlands invaded and occupied the northeast of […]