Joe Shamash, Iraqi Jewish Cultural Extinction And Identity.

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Joe Shamash was born in Baghdad,Iraq in 1948. He lived there with his parents, five brothers, and two sisters until they fled in 1957. Joe, who is still a citizen of Iraq, shares reflections on his identity and his current relationship to Iraq.

Joe Shamash. Iraqi Jewish Cultural Extinction and Identity.
JIMENA Oral History and Digital Experience Project, 2012
(C)Copyright, JIMENA INC
Produced by Sarah R. Levin
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