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Extensive publication on Jewish immigration months before the end of World War II.

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The Jewish Refugee by Arieh Tartakower and Kurt R. Grossmann, published by New York Institute of Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish and World Jewish Congress, New York 1944 - first edition - of the earliest and most important publications on Jewish immigration in the first half of the 20th century - appeared before the end of World War II when the problem of Jewish refugees in Europe was at its peak. English.

Comprehensive publication on the problem of Jewish immigration and Jewish refugees around the world between 1910 to 1944, published before the end of World War II, and the authors refer in the introduction to the emerging problem of Jewish refugees at the war's end: "As the war in Europe draws to a close, a new migration movement may arise, originating perhaps in the liberated areas, but it will be different from the refugee problem created by Nazi Germany and its satellites...". The book deals with Jewish immigration in all its forms - characteristics of Jewish immigration, Jewish refugees in World Wars, Jewish immigration from European countries during World War II, countries of asylum and Jewish settlement, characteristics of immigration laws in various countries, immigration regulations in European countries established during World War II and aimed against Jews, aid activities for Jewish refugees in various countries, distribution of countries to which Jews immigrated by age, family status, occupational division, and economic status, government aid to Jewish immigrants, Jewish aid organizations for refugees, the role of the Jewish people - from refugees to builders of the Jewish future, Eretz Israel as a solution to the Jewish refugee problem, and more. At the end of the book are annexes including a list of camps and homes for Jewish immigrants in Switzerland before the end of the war.

XIII, 676 p. Good - very good condition.

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163. Extensive publication on Jewish immigration months before the end of World War II.