Hidden Jews’ reclaim their identity
As the Inquisition spread from 15th century Spain, Jews had two choices if they were to survive. They could flee, as many did, or they could convert to Christianity, as many others did. Those who converted could be further divided into those who tossed aside the faith of their fathers and those who only pretended to do so.
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