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Goldschmidt, Eva. HUYENDO DEL
INFIERNO NAZI. LA INMIGRACIÓN JUDÍO ALEMANA HACIA CHILE EN LOS AÑOS TREINTA
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HUYENDO DEL INFIERNO NAZI. LA INMIGRACIÓN JUDÍO ALEMANA HACIA CHILE EN LOS AÑOS TREINTA
Santiago, Chile: RIL, 2008
Paperback, 8vo. 300 pages. Includes illustrations and facsimiles. “Fleeing the Nazi Hell. German Jewish Immigration to Chile in the Nineteen Thirties.” This book analyzes in detail the efforts made by German Jewish refugees of the Nazi period, the recognition of new forms of relationships, the tensions inherent in the political process in Chile, the presence of Nazi ideology in some cities, as well as the contributions which Jews began to make to their new homeland. It includes a series of testimonies by those who made the exodus, through which we can appreciate the importance of Jewish immigrants in Chilean economic and cultural life. The author fled Germany to Chile as a child with her parents in 1939. New Condition