Rescue and resettlement
- Thousands saved from Nazi Germany : Details of David Glick's private mission to save German Jews (1936-1939)
Contains a booklet describing the work of David Glick, a Pittsburgh, PA attorney who worked with the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) to travel to Germany as an independent liaison between Nazi officials and Jewish organizations to assist German Jews in leaving the country.
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