Chapters of My Autobiography

Léon Ashkenazi


The story of my life is only exceptional in that it represents a great change of identity in the heart of the Jewish people. [ . . . ]

I was born a Jewish Algerian—a French citizen to boot—and during the first phase of my life, spent in Algeria until World War II, I saw myself, without paying too much attention to definitions, as an Algerian…

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