No Man’s Land: Jewish Refugees in 1938

No Man’s Land: Jewish Refugees in 1938

The JDC Archives invites you to a free public program:

No Man’s Land: Jewish Refugees on the Borders of East-Central Europe in 1938

Throughout 1938, a new territory rapidly appeared along the borders of East-Central European states: the No Man’s Land, where unwanted Jewish refugees and expellees were trapped. These Jews were forced to camp alongside roads, in the fields, in dilapidated buildings, between border posts, or they were interned behind wires. This lecture will present new ...

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5 attendees (33 invited)

Venue

Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street

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