JEWISH EMIGRATION FROM 1933 TO THE EVIAN CONFERENCE OF 1938 HOLOCAUST SERIES - VOLUME 5
Item #: 70263
Pages: xv, 282 pp.
Published: Washington; American Institute of Int'l. Law; Reprinted in 2010.
Subjects: EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
Once the Nazis gained power, they lost no time in exploringmeans of eliminating Jews from the German scene. At times,Nazis encouraged Jews who could afford it to emigrate; atother times, they blocked them. Responding to their plight,the nations represented at an international conference heldat Evian-les-Bains in France considered facilitating Jewishemigration from Germany. But the failure of most countriesto accept large numbers of penniless Jews prevented themfrom escaping, and so condemned them to near-certain death.The records reproduced in this volume pertain to the Evian-les-Bains conference, a report on Eichmann's trip toPalestine, emigration of Jews to Palestine and varioustransfers of Jewish capital out of Germany.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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