Circular letters, Jewish Agency for Palestine.
Mimeographed circular letters, distributed by various offices of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, primarily between 1936 and 1944, describing various developments and issues related to the re-settlement of European Jews in Palestine. Some of the letters are from the Central Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews, and others relate to Youth Aliyah and the resettlement of Polish Jews by way of Iran. Included are carbon copies of two letters from Henrietta Szold, addressed to communities that had welcomed youth from Germany, 1936-1937.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
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