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America, American Jews, and the Holocaust : American Jewish History - Jeffrey Gurock

America, American Jews, and the Holocaust

American Jewish History

By: Jeffrey Gurock (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 19th February 1998
ISBN: 9780415919319
Number Of Pages: 467

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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.

Introduction to the Series
Preface
Who Shall Bear the Guilt for the Holocaust: The Human Dilemmap. 1
The State Department, the Labor Department, and German Jewish Immigration, 1930-1940p. 23
The St. Louis Tragedyp. 57
The United States and the Persecution of the Jews in Germany, 1933-39p. 71
American Jewish Leaders and the Emerging Nazi Threat (1928-January, 1933)p. 99
Boycott, Rescue, and Ransom: The Threefold Dilemma of American Jewry in 1938-1939p. 135
American Jewry, The Refugees and Immigration Restriction (1932-1942)p. 181
American Editorial Response to the Rise of Adolf Hitler: A Preliminary Considerationp. 211
The Prelude to Nazism: The German-American Press and the Jews, 1919-1933p. 223
Pro-Nazi Sentiment in the United States: March 1933-March 1934p. 239
American Interfaith Cooperation on Behalf of Refugees from Nazism, 1933-45p. 263
Why Auschwitz Was Not Bombedp. 279
A New Deal for Refugees: The Promise and Reality of Oswegop. 301
Carlton J. H. Hayes, Spain, and the Refugee Crisis, 1942-1945p. 319
What Did They Know? The American Jewish Press and the Holocaust, 1 September 1939-17 December 1942p. 331
American Jewry and the Holocaust: From Biltmore to the American Jewish Conferencep. 357
The World Jewish Congress Confronts the International Red Cross During the Holocaustp. 377
Rescue Priority and Fund Raising as Issues During the Holocaust: A Case Study of the Relations Between the Vaad Ha-Hatzala and the Joint, 1939-1941p. 405
The U.S. Army and the Jews: Policies Toward the Displaced Persons after World War IIp. 427
American Jewish Chaplains and the Shearit Hapletah: April-June 1945p. 441
Indexp. 465
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ISBN: 9780415919319
ISBN-10: 0415919312
Series: American Jewish History : Book 7
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 467
Published: 19th February 1998
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.93 x 15.49  x 3.61
Weight (kg): 0.94
Edition Number: 1