Argentine Jews, Forced to Hide Religion, Start Fixing Records
Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) — Diana Wang, a Polish-born Jew, entered Argentina as a Catholic in 1947 and remained one for 58 years, at least in the nation’s immigration registry.

The 60-year-old daughter of Holocaust survivors plans to pick up a Foreign Ministry document next week that sets the record straight.

Wang is part of Argentina’s 200,000-person Jewish community — the largest in Latin America — which received an apology from President Nestor Kirchner’s government in June for a secret 1938 order barring Jewish immigrants from Argentina.

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