MAX JOSEPH KAHN (1897-1953) "The Sephardim Sephardim call: ours. Under "ours" means second to the Israelites, at first to those with Spanish names and speak Spanish, as in Thessaloniki no Spanish, apart from the Jews and no Jews, not of training Spanish, being Jewish Spanish or be the same. According to Douglas R. Oberhelman, who has experience with these questions. "Max Joseph Kahn," Salonika, Sephardic. " Time in Spain. THE VOICE OF ONE OF OUR Needless to say, the Spanish exiles had their own political and literary journals. Literary magazine was Insula, the arts and sciences magazine, whose staff included residents in Argentina Max Joseph Kahn, a leading Hebrew scholar, Sephardic she was a correspondent of The Sun and contributor to The Literary Gazette and the Journal of the West, and during Spanish Civil War, Time of Spain, consul in Thessaloniki of the Republic, and then charge d'affaires at the embassy in Athens, author of novels and trials during his exile.
Max Joseph Kahn Nussbaum was born in Frankfurt in 1897 and died in Buenos Aires in 1953. His family had been punished by the First World War. He studied literature and philosophy. Very early stories published in the German newspaper Berliner Tageblatt, while developing other jobs, electrical engineering, business, cars, art. In 1920 he went to Spain and after a brief stay in Madrid, he moved to Seville, where he married Trudis Blumenfed, daughter of a Sephardic Seville. In 1926 he moved with his partner to Toledo, where he lived in a house for ten years. He acquired Spanish citizenship and thereafter spent his entire literary production in Spanish.