by Deborah Michaels THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JEWISH COMMUNities and the Czech state since the velvet revolution in 1989 has been tense at times, owing above all to the slow pace at which former Jewish properties have been restituted by state and municipal authorities. Restitution laws adopted in Czechoslovakia in 1990 and 1991 allowed individuals to […]

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