Anglo-Jewish Association: Reports and other papers 1956-1960
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Carvalho Robert Nunes b 1907
The Anglo-Jewish Association was a British organisation originally founded for the protection of Jewish rights in developing countries by diplomatic means. Its objectives and activities were patterned after those of the Alliance Israelite Universelle. It was established in 1871 when its first president was Jacob Waley; five Jewish MPs were vice presidents. By 1900 it had 36 branches, 14 in British colonies. In 1871 it was instrumental in securing the creation of the Rumanian Committ...
Human Rights Commission
Zeitlin, Leon, 1876-
Leon Zeitlin was born in Memel, East Prussia (today Klaipėda, Lithuania), in 1876. He obtained a doctorate in economics and served on the Reich Economic Council ( Reichswirtschaftsrat ) from 1920-1932. Later, from 1928-1932, he also held office as a liberal-democratic representative on the Prussian Diet ( Preussischer Landtag ). When the National Socialists took hold of the German government, he was forced to give up his post and emigrated to London, England. In exile he took up advocacy for sev...
UN, United Nations