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American Protestantism"s response to Germany"s Jews and refugees, 1933-1941

by William E. Nawyn

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Published by UMI Research Press in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • Germany
    • Subjects:
    • Church work with refugees -- United States,
    • Protestant churches -- United States,
    • Refugees, Jewish -- United States,
    • Refugees -- United States,
    • Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William E. Nawyn.
      SeriesStudies in American history and culture ;, no. 30
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBV4470 .N38 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 330 p. ;
      Number of Pages330
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4261814M
      ISBN 100835712087
      LC Control Number81007552

      FOUR: Refugees and American Jewry FIVE: The Fifth Column Threat SIX: Breckinridge Long and the Jewish Refugees SEVEN: A Message to Rabbi Wise EIGHT: War Propaganda and the Jews NINE: On a Broad Humanitarian Basis TEN: The War Refugee Board in Europe ELEVEN: Roosevelt and the Refugees in the s TWELVE: Roosevelt and the Holocaust NOTES. There is a widespread idea among some historians and the greater public that the American population, including American Jews, remained indifferent to or willingly ignored the genocide of European Jews during World War rized by the book, While 6 Million Died, A Chronicle of American Apathy by journalist A.D. Morse, historical research on the United Author: Laura Hobson Faure.

        Jewish refugees to New Zealand were also imprisoned with Nazis. Government officials there saw time in a concentration camp not as proof that Jews weren’t working for Germany, but as a. HIAS (founded as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) is a Jewish American nonprofit organization that provides humanitarian aid and assistance to refugees. It was established in to aid Jewish refugees. In , the State Department asked HIAS to aid in resettling 3, Vietnam refugees. Since that time, the organization continues to provide support for refugees Headquarters: Silver Spring, Maryland, United States.

      Kanawada, Leo V. J. Franklin D. Rooseuelt's Diplomacy and American Catholics, Italians and Jews Wyman, David S. The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust, Nawyn, William E. American Protestantism's Response to Germany's Jews an. d Refugees, 3 Book Reviews. Kaufman, Menahem. Between and , s Jews, mainly from Germany and Austria, found a harsh but safe refuge in the Chinese port city, and a UCLA exhibit and symposium will bear witness to .


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