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Gottschalk, Max; Abraham G. Duker.

Published by New York : The Dryden Press., 1945
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8vo. Xiv, 224 pages. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Reconstruction (1939-1951) - Jews; Jewish question. CONTENTS: The two world wars: a comparison and contrast; How the Jewish communities prepared for peace during World War I; Europe between wars-1919-1939; The position of the Jews in th post-war world; Palestine in the new world; Relief, reconstruction, and migration; Jewish survival in the democracy of the future. Gottschalk (1889-1976) was a Belgian social scientist who worked for the International labor office, and and did research at the Institute of Sociology of the Free University of Brussels. He spent WWII in New York, teaching at the New School for Social Research. In the social field, he was vice president of the Jewish Colonization Association, board member of Alliance Israélite Universelle and ORT-Union, and a founder of the Centrale d'Oeuvres Sociales Juives in Brussels. He directed the Research Institute for Peace and Postwar Problems of the American Jewish Committee and from 1959 the Centre National des Hautes Etudes Juives, financed by the Belgian government. As president of the Belgian Committee for Refugees from Nazi Germany, he was instrumental in the rescue of the passengers from the ship St. Louis, which was sent back from Cuba and finally permitted to land in Antwerp. Gottschalk wrote numerous publications in Jewish and non-Jewish fields. (EJ, 2007) Great condition in good jacket. (Holo2-12-15) Holo8, mx3. Bookseller Inventory # 23638

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Publisher: New York : The Dryden Press.

Publication Date: 1945

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: 1st Edition

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