Have a Jewish ancestor? You might qualify for Spanish or Portuguese passport



Every once in a while, a country’s leaders try to put a balm on a wound from the past. Germany and Poland both have offered citizenship to the descendants of (usually Ashkenazi, or Eastern European) Jews persecuted and/or killed during the Holocaust. In fact, they don’t so much ‘grant’ citizenship as ‘reinstate’ it. Unfortunately, WWII…

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