Buenos Aires : D. A. I. A., 1960. Item #19978
12mo. 62 Pages. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S) : Antisemitism – Germany (West) . OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. “Delegacion de Asociaciones Israelitas Argentinas [is the] umbrella organization and officially recognized representative body of Argentinian Jewry. Established in 1933 as a committee against the persecution of Jews in Germany, the organization became the Comite contra el Racismo y el Anti-semitismo in December 1934, and assumed its present name in 1935. The organization expanded from a weak confederation of 28 groups, all of them in Buenos Aires, to an institution comprising 130 organizations—congregational, political, economic, cultural, and welfare—throughout Argentina. DAIA's principal objectives, to fight anti-Semitism and to represent the Jewish community vis-B-vis the world, have remained the same since its founding, and the organization's role in these two areas has been recognized by the government as well as by most Jews. ”(Perez, EJ) Brown glue marks along spine. Otherwise very good condition. (ComHist-9-8).