Tony Molho


Molho, who is Global Emeritus Distinguished Professor, Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, NYU, grew up in a Jewish family in Thessaloniki during World War II.  As the Germans tightened their grip on Northern Greece and the city’s large Jewish population, his parents through luck, spunk, and the kindness of strangers spirited young Tony to a monastery in Athens. His travels saved his life and left searing questions of identity behind.  He’s writing a memoir called Tony’s War: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Greece.

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