Item 10794. DE ONTRECHTING DER JODEN IN DUITSCHLAND

DE ONTRECHTING DER JODEN IN DUITSCHLAND

Amsterdam : Joachimsthal, 1935. Paperback. Item #39463

1st Edition thus. Original Illustrated photographic Wrappers with Photographs of Anti-Jewish Nazi Signs and Propaganda. 8vo. 28 pages ; 22 cm. In Dutch. Title translates into English as, “The Disenfranchisement of the Jews in Germany. ” An early publication by the Committee for Special Jewish Affairs (CBJB) . “The (CBJB) was an organization for Jewish refugees in the Netherlands from April 1933 to March 1941… The CBJB mediated in matters concerning emigration, exit visas and residence permits. ” (Wikipedia, 2017) It was founded by David Cohen and Abraham Asscher, and is more frequently associated with The Committee for Jewish Refugees (Dutch: Comité voor Joodsche Vluchtelingen) , a Dutch charitable organization which was an offshoot of the CBJB. “The committee(s) , at first, … managed the Jewish refugees who were fleeing the Nazi regime in Germany. These refugees were crossing the border from Germany into the Netherlands. The Committee largely decided which of the refugees could remain in the Netherlands. The others generally returned to Germany. For the refugees permitted to stay, it provided support in several ways. These included direct financial aid and assistance with employment and with further emigration. ” (Wikipdia, 2017) An earlier, scarcer publication of the same name was issued in 1933, with reports on Antisemitic activity in Germany during the first year of the Nazi regime. SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Germany -- History -- Persecutions. 1933-1945. National socialism. OCLC lists 19 copies worldwide. Pen mark on corner of front cover, otherwise very good condition. (HOLO2-135-15).

Price: $200.00

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