America, American Jews, and the Holocaust

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Jeffrey S. Gurock
Taylor & Francis, 1998 - History - 486 pages
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Part of an eight-volume set which collates articles written on the history of the Jewish people in America, this volume incorporates studies of the persecution of the Jews in Germany, the respective responses of the German-American Press and the American-Jewish Press during the emergence of Nazism, and the subsequent issues of rescue during the Holocaust and policies towards the displaced.
 

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Contents

Introduction to the Series
vii
Preface
xiii
The State Department the Labor Department and German Jewish
5
The St Louis Tragedy frwin F Gellman 57
229
American Jewish Leaders and the Emerging Nazi Threat
148
The Threefold Dilemma
235
American Jewry The Refugees and Immigration Restriction
219
The GermanAmerican Press
302
Why Auschwitz Was Not Bombed David S Wyman 279
325
Carlton J H Hayes Spain and the Refugee Crisis 19421945
327
What Did They Know? The American Jewish Press
327
From Biltmore to
209
The World Jewish Congress Confronts the International Red Cross
227
Policies Toward the Displaced
75
April
89
Index
465

March 1933
318
American Interfaith Cooperation on Behalf of Refugees
325

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