Segall Printing, 1952. Paper Wrappers. Item #25545
4to. 4 Pages. In English. DP era imprint. The Jewish Council of 1933 was a Jewish organization founded by men and women who had “found refuge and home in the United States of America form persecution and oppression in Europe. ” Its purpose was to assist refugees abroad and newcomers to the United States. It was founded in 1933 as the Council of Jewish Emigrees and changed its name to the Council of 1933, Inc. In 1946. The organization dissolved in 1977. In very good condition (GER24-1).