Records, 1939-1975.

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American Federation of Jews from Central Europe. Records, 1939-1975.

Records, 1939-1975.

Minutes and reports of Board, Executive Committee, annual meeting, other bodies and meetings, 1939-1973; financial records, 1948-1973; correspondence, circulars, bulletins, and other material, 1941-1975, concerning immigration and naturalization cases and policies, relations with U.S. government, Central European Jewish communities in other countries, wiedergutmachung (restitution, indemnification, and reparation), relations with other Jewish and immigrant groups, including AUFBAU newspaper, American Association of Former European Jurists, Jewish Restitution Successor organization, Blue Card (Blaue Beitragskarte), and others. Also, includes records of United Restitution Organization, ca.1946-1970. Correspondents include Leo Baeck, Paul Tillich, and others.

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American Federation of Jews from Central Europe

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Founded 1939 as American Federation of Jews from Germany; renamed American Federation of German and Austrian Jews, 1940; incorporated as American Federation of Jews from Central Europe, 1941. From the description of Records, 1939-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155470719 The American Federation of Jews from Central Europe is the central representative agency of over 30 local and national organizations established by Jewish victims of Nazism from Central Europe in the Un...

Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956

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20th century German-Polish-Jewish Rabbi, scholar, and a leader of Progressive Judaism. On 27 Jan. 1943, he was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp. He became the "honorary head" of the Council of Elders (Judenrat) in Theresienstadt. As such, he was protected from transports and with his protection list, could also save his relatives from transports, among others his grand-niece Ruth (b. 1925). Moreover, Baeck became "prominent", which meant that he had better accommodation, better ...

American Federation of German and Austrian Jews.

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American Federation of Jews from Germany.

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Jewish Restitution Successor Organization

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Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965

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American Association of Former European Jurists

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Blue Card (Organization)

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United Restitution Organization

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Organization for furtherance of Jewish restitution claims after World War II. From the description of United Restitution Organization miscellaneous records, 1957-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869203 Biographical/Historical Note Organization for furtherance of Jewish restitution claims after World War II. From the guide to the United Restitution Organization miscellaneous records, 1957-1967, (Hoover I...