The Jew's Viennese Waltz

The Jewish community of Austria, which claims 7,500 registered members,seems to be thriving, but its leaders are concerned about demographic challenges For many Jews and other Holocaust victims around the world, Austria is significant as the birthplace of Adolf Hitler and invokes images of the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camps and brutal Nazi atrocities. But for Martin Seymann, whose Vienna-born grandfather survived the concentration camps of Dachau and Buchenwald, it is home. It is also where the 42-year-old Austrian citizen finally connected to his religious and cultural roots - thanks to a vibrant Jewish community in Vienna that has flourished in the post-Word War II era. For full story please subscribe to The Jerusalem Report click here to subscribe.