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In 1946 a poll was given to the 19000 Jewish DPs living in camps

In 1946 a poll was given to the 19000 Jewish DPs living in camps

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In 1946, a poll was given to the 19,000 Jewish DPs living in camps in

Orchestra in the Rivoli DP camp, Italy, 1948

Jewish children perform a Hanukkah play in the Jewish school in Lodz after the war.

Hadassah Bimko poses with other DPs on board the immigrant ship Champollion en route to Palestine. (4-21-1946)

In 1946, a poll was given to the 19,000 Jewish DPs living in camps in Germany. They were asked where they would live if given a choice. "Israel" w…

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Members of the Dror Zionist youth choir perform at a Hanukkah celebration in the Landsberg displaced

In 1946, a poll was given to the 19,000 Jewish DPs living in camps in Germany. They were asked where they would live if given a choice. "Israel" w…

Children crowd together for a Hanukkah celebration in the Zeilsheim displaced persons' camp. Germany. 1945.

In 1946, a poll was given to the 19,000 Jewish DPs living in camps in Germany. They were asked where they would live if given a choice. "Israel" w…

Bergen Belsen, Germany, Survivors watching the unveiling of a memorial in the camp during

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“Infiltrees” at a JDC-supported camp near Bratislave, Czechoslovakia, waiting for transport to Vienna through the Bricha network (c. 1946). JDC provided ...

Children rescued from the Nazi camps arrive at the Atlit reception camp by train (15

In 1946, a poll was given to the 19,000 Jewish DPs living in camps in Germany. They were asked where they would live if given a choice. "Israel" w…

Black and white photograph of children attending a child's birthday party ...

DPs Protesting British Immigration Policy

Photograph taken at the bar mitzvah of Leland Fleisher at Adath Jeshurun Synagogue in Minneapolis.

A survivor sits near a pot of potatoes at the Dora-Mittelbau Concentration Camp in

The Bericha - a Group of Children, Members of a Youth Movement, on a

... Jewish mothers and children at a JDC-supported emergency transit center in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, en route to the western occupation zones ( 1946).

Funeral in Stalag VIIIB POW camp, Poland, c.1940 (SHC ref ESR

The Bericha - Children and Young Adults on a Train to Western Europe, Bratislava,

In the Hashid transit camp in Aden-administered and staffed by JDC in cooperation with the Jewish Agency-medical ...

Jewish DPs attend a newborn baby in the Schlachtensee displaced persons camp. Berlin. 1946

Black and white photograph of a service at the Jewish Home for the Aged in St

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A survivor sitting alone after his liberation at Bergen-Belsen, April 1945

Wies and Zen Rogalski and friend Hania, at Tweedsmuir Camp, 1950s (SHC ref 9196/3/3) courtesy of. The Tweedsmuir Project)

Two former inmates of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp learning a new trade in the DP camp established at the same site (c.1946).

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A Sister of Charity distributes food provided by UNRRA.

Bill Gast awarded the Silver Star.

Slave Ship Wildfire Landed on Key West, FL, Apr. 20, 1860

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Jean Wessman, born in Salt Lake City, Utah, lost her US citizenship when

Black and white photograph of Young Judea convention at Sons of Jacob.

Voyczik's Xmas Tree, Ockenden, 1959
(SHC ref ...

Aleutian family in an internment camp in the 1940s

Surrey Advertiser, 14 Dec 1949, reports that 100 Polish families are living in Tweedsmuir

Solomon Wolfson class in 1965.

The Loved Ones - The Loved Ones, 1967. From left: Kim Lynch,

A cartoon from Judge magazine showing the advancement of poor Jewish immigrants, 1892.

It is the story that union organizing didn't end when the working classes moved on up and became middle managers in offices uptown.

March for Life and Family organized in support of traditional social values

Black and white photograph of campers cooking outdoors at Dick Butwin Day Camp, 1967.

... to Hitler's Germany as a model Haj Amin al-Husseini expressed his admiration for the way the Germans have definitively solved the “Jewish problem”

May openings Lafayette

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Several Hamilton cast members made a selfie video singing "Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story?" from the show. Its lyrics include: "But when you're ...

Abraham Klausner - Klausner photographed in 1945

The triumphs and frustrations of the final push by the Simon Wiesenthal Center — called Operation Last Chance — to capture the last living (and suspected to ...

Su Teatro's Anthony Garcia was disappointed when his recent production of 'Enrique's Journey in Los

THE U.S. ARMY IN THE OCCUPATION OF GERMANY 1944-1946 | United States Department Of War | United States Army

Postwar Destruction

All JDC Records from Post-World War II Period Digitized

Survivors of the Nordhausen concentration camp receive medical care in a UNRRA rehabilitation center.

Joseph Wald, A Jewish Brigade soldier carries an artillery shell. The Hebrew inscription on the shell translates as "A gift to Hitler."

John Hickenlooper signs Senate Bill 16, which places the renewal of the SCFD

Nathan WATCHMAN (post of 19 March 2015). Thanks to Dana Grigonis for alerting me to additional information on this Lithuanian Jewish Anzac and to Simon Hill ...

The Bericha - Survivors Boarding a Truck on Their Way to Western Europe

Polish Life in West Germany After 1945

Lodz: A Topography of Life and Death in the Ghetto 70 Years After Its Liquidation

Brigadier Ernest Benjamin, commander of the Jewish Brigade, inspects the 2nd Battalion in Palestine, October 1944.

Japanese picture brides arriving at Angel Island immigration station, ca. 1920.

Anthony J. Garcia of Su Teatro.

The realisation in the corridors of Whitehall that Britain would be left with the responsibility of looking after many thousands of Poles led to an air of ...

Herschel Schacter - American chaplain Rabbi Herschel Schacter conducts religious services at the liberated Buchenwald concentration

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First group of Jewish internees leaving the British detention camp at Xylotymbou, Cyprus, for Palestine (1949). Operation Liberation brought to an end JDC's ...

1886 cartoon depicting anti-Chinese sentiments

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CMH_Pub_30-6 Occupation of Germany 1944-46.pdf | United States Army | Staff (Military)

The Jews of Sosúa

David Max Eichhorn - Chaplain David Max Eichhorn, Camp Croft, Spartanburg County, South

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Willi Ermann of Saarbrucken, a German Jewish soldier in World War I: Ermann was murdered at Auschwitz in the Holocaust.

At the weigh-in the next morning Louis, who had trained down because of Conn's speed, came in at 199½. Conn tipped 169. That made Uncle Mike a bit nervous.

Cave drawings of closely allied people the Semangs of Malaysia to Australian Aborigines.

Mexican refugee camp at Fort Bliss, Texas, 1914.

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America's Jews Are Driving America's Wars, by Philip Giraldi - The Unz Review

Al D'Amato - Image: Pledge of Allegiance (1618095351)

Speakers panel for the session 'Recognising and Nurturing Pathbreakers' at Muslim Women's Forum colloquium

Litho., 1917 by Charles Chambers (1883-1941)

Royal Jordanian Army - Units from Jordan's Arab Legion take part in the Victory March in

In the Hashid transit camp in Aden-administered and staffed by JDC in cooperation with the Jewish Agency-medical and social welfare personnel set up one of ...

Pilots of the 303 "Kościuszko" Polish Fighter Squadron during the Battle of Britain, October 1940

Inside the barracks of a camp for displaced persons (DPs) in Salzburg, Austria (late 1940s). JDC organized supplementary feeding programs, provided ...

Children in the Bindermichl DP camp

John McElroy (Jesuit) - John McElroy plaque at St. John's Cemetery

10 Gerald Ford A Minor President in Very Interesting Times

Kazys and Jadvyga Brazauskas (Metraštis No.1 p 17)

Nativism, An American Perennial - The Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS)

Men of the Jewish Brigade ride on a Churchill tank in North Italy, 14 March 1945

ARAB-ISLAMIC APARTHEID

Partial list of foreigners imported into Pennsylvania, Sep. 30, 1727