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Displaced persons : the liberation and abuse of Holocaust survivors

Autore: Ted Gottfried; Stephen Alcorn
Editore: Brookfield, Conn. : Twenty-First Century Books, ©2001.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : Pubblico giovane : English
Banca dati:WorldCat
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The panic and chaos that filled Europe at the end of World War II played out most profoundly in the displaced persons camps throughout the continent and elsewhere. The approximately 100,000 Jews who survived Nazi persecution had yet to survive the brutal aftermath of the war: life as refugees with no homes to which to return and no homeland to speak of, and continued, rampant anti-Semitism. Restrictive immigration  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Juvenile materials
History
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Tipo materiale: Pubblico giovane
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Ted Gottfried; Stephen Alcorn
ISBN: 0761319247 9780761319245
Numero OCLC: 45375265
Descrizione: 127 p. : ill., ports., maps ; 26 cm.
Contenuti: End of the war --
DP camps --
Harrison report --
No Jews allowed --
Political struggle --
Revival of hope --
Destination Israel --
Birth of a nation.
Responsabilità: Ted Gottfried ; illustrations by Stephen Alcorn.

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The panic and chaos that filled Europe at the end of World War II played out most profoundly in the displaced persons camps throughout the continent and elsewhere. The approximately 100,000 Jews who survived Nazi persecution had yet to survive the brutal aftermath of the war: life as refugees with no homes to which to return and no homeland to speak of, and continued, rampant anti-Semitism. Restrictive immigration laws, including those of the United States, contributed to the problem. No study of the Holocaust is complete without a look at this phenomena, brought about by the end of the war and created by hatred.

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