TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Insitutional Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Conditions of Access and Use

Related Material

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Acknowledgments

Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Central Files. 1919-1976.

Series B. Political Department/Department of International Affairs and 1919–1977. (bulk 1940s-1960s)

Series C. Institute of Jewish Affairs. 1918-1979.

Series D. Relief and Rescue Departments. 1939–1969.(bulk 1940-1950)

Series E. Culture Department. 1943–1974.

Series F. Organization Department. 1942–1976.

Series G. Administrative Departments. 1936–1979.

Series H. Alphabetical Files. 1919–1981. (bulk 1940-1981)

Series I. Publications. 1942–1971.

Series J. Non-Print Materials and Miscellaneous. 1930–1982.

A Finding Aid to the World Jewish Congress Records. 1918-1982. (bulk 1940-1980).

Manuscript Collection No. 361


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: World Jewish Congress
Title: World Jewish Congress Records
Dates: 1918-1982
Bulk Dates: 1940-1980
Quantity: 488.4 linear feet (1221 Hollinger boxes)
Abstract: Collection containing the files of the New York office of the World Jewish Congress, 1918-1982, with the bulk of materials dated between 1940-1980. Records include cables, correspondence, memos, minutes, photographs, press releases, publications, reports and research files. Subjects include: WJC organization, antisemitism, Israel, Jewish unity, Jewish rights, Jewish communities, Holocaust-era and World War II relief and rescue, Jewish-Arab relations, Soviet Jews, and Zionism. This collection also contains some material from the American Jewish Congress.
Identification: MS-361
Language: Collection material in English.

Insitutional Sketch

The World Jewish Congress (WJC) was established in 1936 under the leadership of Stephen S. Wise and Nahum Goldmann. Instrumental in its founding were the American Jewish Congress (AJC), established in 1918, and the Comité des Délégations Juives (Committee of Jewish Delegations), which was founded in 1919. The Comité des Délégations Juives was an ad hoc committee initiated by the Zionist Organization and established for the sole purpose of representing Jewish interests on behalf of all Jewish communities worldwide at the Paris Peace Conference following World War I. The Comité was also interested in the foundation of a permanent “worldwide Jewish organization which would be recognized by Jews and non-Jews alike as the Jewish representative body for the problems of the Diaspora.” [1]

The first preparatory meeting for the World Jewish Congress, called the First Preparatory World Jewish Conference, took place in Geneva in August 1932. After two more preparatory conferences, in 1933 and 1934, the First Plenary Assembly formally established the World Jewish Congress in August 1936. The purpose of the new organization was to unify Jews and strengthen Jewish political influence in order to assure the survival of the Jewish people. The creation of a Jewish state was part of that goal.

As Nazism took hold of Europe and the situation for Jews grew increasingly worse during the 1930s, the need for a representative body to support Jewish interests became evident. Even before the 1936 Plenary, the Preparatory Committee, often represented by Nahum Goldmann, began dealing with Jewish problems in Europe — such as establishing contacts with governments and the League of Nations; leading an economic boycott against Germany; organizing rescue and relief efforts for Jews in Nazi-controlled territory; and investigating and documenting the condition of Jews in Europe. Once the WJC was founded, with headquarters located in Paris and another European office in Geneva, its main activities focused on the situation of European Jews. Among the WJC's activities were efforts concerning Jewish rights, antisemitism, and immediate relief (both political and economic) and rescue efforts. The WJC also concentrated on security for Jewish refugees and victims of the war. The WJC leadership began planning for post-war activities as well, including indemnification and reparations claims against Germany, as well as punishment of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

With the outbreak of war in September 1939, the Paris office was moved to Geneva to facilitate communications with Jewish communities in Europe. Then, in the summer of 1940, with most of Europe overrun by the Nazis, the main headquarters of the World Jewish Congress were moved to New York to share office space with the American Jewish Congress while a special office was set up in London. At the end of the war, the emphasis of the WJC's activities shifted to rebuilding European Jewish communities. These activities included assisting displaced persons and survivors of the Holocaust, advocating restitution and reparations from Germany, and assisting in punishment of war crimes. Another main focus was the World Jewish Congress's involvement in the creation of the State of Israel and working toward the prevention of future catastrophes like the Holocaust.

Many of the same activities, now relating to reconstruction of Jewish communities and support for Israel, continued into the 1980s. The WJC continued to champion the rights and safety of Jews worldwide — for example for North African and Soviet Jewry — but the struggle for Jewish rights expanded to include a fight for human rights. Work for reparations claims for Holocaust survivors continued into the 1970s and was revived in the early 1990s. The WJC has played an important role in the adoption of principles regarding crimes against humanity and assisted in the punishment of war criminals. The organization has worked with governments, the United Nations, Jewish and non-Jewish organizations (such as the Red Cross and Christian churches), as well as Jewish communities throughout the world to fulfill its purpose “to assure the survival, and to foster the unity of the Jewish people…” and “to cooperate with all peoples on the basis of universal ideals of peace, freedom and justice.” [2]

As the WJC adjusted its activities to meet changing needs various departments were created or disbanded. Political, legal, organizational, and research departments were created around 1936 in the European offices, and some of the same personnel who worked in these offices immigrated to the United States to work in similar departments when the WJC moved to New York during the war. At the New York office in the 1940s, the major departments were: Political Department, Institute of Jewish Affairs (research and legal work), Relief and Rescue departments (under various names), Department for Culture and Education (or Culture Department), and Organization Department.

As relief work decreased late in the 1940s, the Relief and Rehabilitation Department was discontinued, but remaining relief work was handled by the Relief Desk of the Political Department. At the Second Plenary Assembly in 1948, the Executive Committee of the WJC was split among three major offices: New York, London, and Israel, but the New York office continued as a leading office for global, as well as Western Hemisphere, activities. The Political Department was split between the London and New York offices, and the Culture Department was headquartered in London, with a branch office in New York. The main office of the Organization Department was moved from New York to Geneva in 1960. For more detailed information on the major departments of the New York office, see the series descriptions for the collection.

- Ina Remus

    References
  • Unity in Dispersion: A History of the World Jewish Congress, World Jewish Congress, New York, 1948, p. 28.
  • Constitution of the World Jewish Congress, Adopted at the Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress June 27 – July 6, 1948 at Montreux, Switzerland, Article 2; Box A42, Folder 8. World Jewish Congress Records, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Scope and Content Note

The World Jewish Congress collection consists of the records of the New York office of the organization. The material spans the years 1918 to 1982, but the bulk of the documents range from the 1940s to 1970s and reflect the activities of the office in New York. The records reveal crucial information about the Holocaust. However, the material is not limited to this period. The collection illustrates areas that were of special interest to the WJC at one time or another. For example, early records, preceding the founding of the organization, contain information about its establishment. This material stresses the importance of the WJC's position in representing world Jewry and documents the need for the WJC's foundation. (Series A.) Later material consists of information relating to post World War II issues, including the creation of the state of Israel as well as reconstruction of Jewish communities in Europe, war crimes, reparations, and restitution issues. The 1221 boxes of material represent a wide array of historical themes connected to the Jewish experience worldwide. The New York office records do, however, clearly reflect the interests of the WJC's American leadership.

The collection yields a depth of material that, in relation to the study of the Holocaust, will not revise history. However, it will most likely shed more light on it. Much of the material covering the Holocaust period deals with the situation in Europe and the WJC's involvement in relief and recovery actions. The material also demonstrates how the WJC leadership involved itself in obtaining information about the situation in Europe, and, at the same time, tried to disseminate this information and influence the United States government to take action on behalf of European Jewry.

For example, the collection contains much documentation which illuminates that the WJC was more pro-active than scholars have previously held. Its leadership urged the President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, to take on a leading role in publicly denouncing the Nazi regime and to promote political and military actions against Nazi Germany if Germany did not refrain from further persecution of European Jews. There is much evidence in the collection suggesting that the WJC was the driving force in initiating a meeting between Roosevelt and national Jewish representatives on December 8, 1942. At that meeting representatives from a diverse spectrum of Judaism delivered a twenty-page memorandum detailing the deteriorating situation of European Jewry, broken down by country. Accompanying this document are drafts, press releases, memoranda, and correspondences, relating to its content. According to this material the WJC was instrumental in drafting the memorandum. (Boxes C 89/9, C 89/10, D 115/12, H 278/4, and H 293/5.)

Along the same lines, the collection contains much documentation about the WJC's efforts to gather information about the European situation. All of this material emphasizes the main goal of the WJC: to inform the New York office of the desolate circumstances in Europe and urge the United States political leadership to take action in helping ease the hardship of the European Jewish community.

Another example are the many telegrams that the New York office received from the European offices (mostly the British office). These telegrams clearly indicate the level of knowledge the WJC had of the situation in Europe. Among these telegrams is the “Riegner Telegram” dated August 29 th 1942. (Box J12/22.) This famous document is the first known communication informing the Jewish community of the Nazi's planned implementation of the “Final Solution,” the systematic destruction of European Jewry. The telegram was intercepted by the United States State Department, because of its unsubstantiated content matter. The “Riegner Telegram,” including letters and telegrams relating to it, demonstrate the United States' political position in 1942. In terms of the WJC's exchange of information, there are various telegrams that were sent to the New York office specifying the circumstances of the European Jewish community as early as late 1941 and early 1942. The collection also contains early records documenting mass deportations and the deterioration of the situation of Jews in Europe. (See especially reports, telegrams, memoranda, and letters in boxes A 5–11.)

Series A also contains correspondences of the WJC Executive, among them Stephen S. Wise and Nahum Goldmann. Their communications shed more light on the structure of the organization and their personal influence upon and involvement with the WJC.

The WJC was heavily involved in relief and rescue work during and after World War II. Series D holds the records of the relief and rescue departments and contains in-depth information about the WJC's various activities in this area. For example, many documents show that the WJC contributed heavily to efforts in helping Jews emigrate from Europe. (See specifically records, affidavits, correspondences, and certificates of the Immigration Division in boxes D 15–45.) These documents show, for example, that the WJC tried to respond to requests from family members asking for help for their relatives in Europe. The WJC approached the United States government about these individual cases. Records in this series also document the WJC's engagement in aiding refugees — before, during and after the war — and in supplying Jewish communities with clothes, food and other essentials throughout the war. (See materials relating to the Rescue Department, boxes D 104–116 as well as boxes D 83–92.) Several boxes in Series D contain lists of survivors and victims. (Boxes D 49–57.) Series D also contains post-war relief documents, reports, correspondences, which demonstrate how the WJC tried to assist displaced persons. (This material is located throughout Series D.)

After the war the WJC was especially active in trying to secure restitution for Holocaust survivors and their heirs. Series C holds a large number of records which demonstrate the WJC's involvement in this area. (See especially correspondences, reports, and memoranda in boxes C 228–301.) The WJC was also particularly involved in the persecution of war criminals and war crimes. WJC officials were engaged in identifying and finding war criminals and in their subsequent indictments. (Boxes C 150–228.) Other post World War II activities included collaboration with the United Nations ( UN). As a matter of fact there is ample documentation which could establish that the WJC was actively responsible for helping draft UN resolutions in relation to war crimes, racial discrimination, and missing persons. Numerous reports and material concerning the UN is located among records located in Series B. (See boxes B 79–146 for correspondence, reports, statements, and memoranda.)

Series H consists of alphabetical files. Unlike the other series of the WJC collection, Series H is strictly organized in alphabetical order. It comprises significant information about many topics, divided by country or location. For example, this series holds numerous documents that show the WJC's involvement in the reconstruction of many Jewish communities after Word War II and all the issues connected to that. The series also contains valuable information that complements records relating to various topics in other series of the collection. For example, Series H includes documents dealing with refugees, restitution issues, Zionism, and much more. (To search this particular series, go to each country or location listing and check these portions according to topical interest. For instance, to look for restitution issues referring to Germany, go to the section “Germany” in the series and then look for related documents.)

Non-print materials, mostly photos, are filed in Series J. Series J contains numerous boxes filled with photos of unidentified and identified child survivors. WJC conferences and personalities are also subjects of the picture collection. Furthermore, photos of buildings, atrocities, and ceremonial occasions reflect the diverse involvement of the WJC. This series also holds oversized maps and some recordings of WJC activities.

The WJC collection is historically significant because it casts light on many aspects of twentieth century history. Most importantly, the WJC collection contains valuable information about the Holocaust. It holds a vast amount of documents which are unique and will help explain what went on in Europe during the 1930s and 1940s. Even more so, the records contain information about the United States Government and how it dealt with the situation. The records show the U.S. government's response, its policies, and its actions. One important aspect of the collection is its significance for Holocaust restitution. The WJC collection contains valuable documentation, including property records and records relating to cultural reconstruction (especially Series E), which have been used by various restitution organizations. However, the collection also includes records referring to topics that have not been specifically addressed. Since the collection holds documents ranging from the early part of the twentieth century to the early 1980s, there is ample documentation on a variety of historic themes of the century.

For detailed information on the collection's contents, please consult the series description at the beginning of each series.

- Ina Remus

A partial listing of major subjects dealt with in the collection include: anti-Semitism, human rights, Jewish communities in various countries, Jewish displaced persons, Jewish-Christian relations, immigrants and immigration, Jewish culture, relations with governments and non-governmental organizations (including the United Nations and the Red Cross), restitution, reparations, Jews in Germany, Soviet Jewry, World War II, western hemisphere Jewry, Zionism, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in ten (10) series:

  • Series A. Central Files. 1919-1976
  • Series B. Political Department/Department of International Affairs and United Nations. 1919-1977
  • Series C. Institute of Jewish Affairs. 1918-1979
  • Series D. Relief and Rescue Departments. 1939-1969
  • Series E. Culture Department. 1943-1978
  • Series F. Organization Department. 1942-1976
  • Series G. Administrative Departments. 1936–1979
  • Series H. Alphabetical Files. 1919–1981
  • Series I. Publications. 1942–1971
  • Series J. Non-Print Materials and Miscellaneous. 1930–1982

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access and Use

The World Jewish Congress Records are open to all users. Minutes of the Office Committee (Boxes A71-A74) are restricted. Access to materials dated after 1962 require authorization from the World Jewish Congress. The original manuscript collection is available in the Barrows-Loebelson Reading Room of the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives.

Property and Literary Rights

Literary rights are retained by the World Jewish Congress and its designees. Literary rights may also be retained by specific creators of materials.

Questions concerning rights should be addressed to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. For more information see the American Jewish Archives copyright information webpage.


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Acknowledgments

The greatest pleasure in completing any project — particularly one the size and complexity of arranging and describing the records of the World Jewish Congress — is the opportunity it gives to thank all the persons who were involved in its completion.

This list, of course, is lengthy. Thanks should go first to those who helped bring the World Jewish Congress Records to the American Jewish Archives. For many years the records had resided in less-than-ideal conditions at the Morgan Manhattan Storage warehouse on 87 th Street in New York City. A group of leaders from both the World Jewish Congress and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion became concerned about the rapidly deteriorating condition of these records. Together these leaders had the foresight not only to rescue the collection and save it from almost certain destruction, but to sense the importance and potential of the material, both for research and as a symbol of the spirit and resolve of the Jewish community. This group worked for many months and in many venues to secure the collection, transfer it to the American Jewish Archives, and gain funding for its maintenance — thereby preserving the material for future generations.

This group of persons includes, but is not limited to, Gerhart Riegner, Doris Brickner, and Elizabeth Eppler of the WJC; together with Alfred Gottschalk, Paul Steinberg, and Abraham Peck of HUC-JIR.

Next, it is right and appropriate to thank those institutions who so generously funded the work of this project. Specifically, the Aaron W. Davis Foundation; the National Endowment for the Humanities; and the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati (and particularly its chairman, Benjamin Gettler). Special thanks also must go to Joy Rothenberg and Joan Porat for their efforts and assistance in securing funding vital to the success of this project.

Dr. Gary P. Zola, Executive Director of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, supplied the vision — and energy — to not only imagine, but pursue, previously unconsidered possibilities for the World Jewish Congress collection (as well as contemplating the consequences of doing nothing). Long after the initial processing of the collection was complete — when most of us were content to accept the status quo — Dr. Zola urged all of us to think creatively to find ways to improve access to these important materials.

Everyone who has worked at the American Jewish Archives since 1983 has contributed in some way to this project. Special thanks must go first to Fannie Zelcer, Chief Archivist of the American Jewish Archives from 1958 to 1989, who guided the initial processing of the collection. Sincere gratitude and acknowledgment go next to the following AJA staff: Devhra BennettJones, Christine Crandall, Betty Finkelstein, Lisa Frankel, Katie Goff, Morton Goldberg, Ruth Kreimer, Fredric Krome, Eleanor Lawhorn, Melinda McMartin, Elise Nienaber, Phil Reekers, Camille Servizzi, Dorothy Smith, and Jackie Wilson. Also deserving thanks are dozens of student assistants, each of whom made an important contribution to the success of this project. Of these, special note should be given to Rachel Schwartz and Emily Walsh.

Deepest thanks, however, must go to the archivists who performed the actual arrangement, description, cataloging, and preservation of the World Jewish Congress collection. When this collection arrived at the American Jewish Archives in June 1983 the records were in total disarray, stuffed into rusting and dilapidated filing cabinets. Inside the cabinets the papers showed years of neglect, being tattered, dirty and disorganized — many lying loose without folders or binding. There was no discernable organization or guide to the contents. As a result, the archivists who processed this collection performed not only the rigorous intellectual and conceptual work of organization and arrangement, they often had to do back-breaking physical labor as well.

The processing of this collection spanned a period of twelve years and consisted of two distinct phases. The initial phase covered the years 1987–1989 and was funded through the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities. This project had the goal of establishing a minimum level of physical and intellectual control over the collection. The first archivists to work on the collection, Ronald Axelrad and Kathleen Spray, did just that. They transferred the files from their original filing cabinets to acid-free boxes and folders; organized the collection into a coherent intellectual order based upon its provenance and original order; labeled boxes; weeded some duplicate materials; and performed basic conservation measures. Most importantly, Axelrad and Spray wrote the first-ever finding aid to the collection — a one hundred page box list — that due to the obvious limitations under which the archivists worked provided adequate, if not always efficient, access to the collection.

The collection remained in this arrangement for ten years. And while the work of Axelrad and Spray was an unqualified success, everyone involved in the project knew more work was needed to get the collection into prime condition. But lack of available funds was always the roadblock to additional work.

Enter Gary P. Zola. When Dr. Zola became Executive Director of the Marcus Center in 1998, finishing the work on the World Jewish Congress collection became a top priority. Through Zola's devotion and effort additional funding was obtained through the largesse of the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. With the Foundation's generous support two new archivists, Anna K. Truman and Kenton Jaehnig, together with a historical consultant, Ina M. Remus, were hired to finish what Axelrad and Spray had begun.

Truman, Jaehnig and Remus not only refined and expanded the existing intellectual control and arrangement of the collection, they went beyond processing and began to discover and identify the many hidden resources and research potential of these records. When their work was completed two years later, they had created this 400+ page, folder level descriptive finding aid — while also discovering many important and heretofore unknown documents and opening a new era of historical research at the American Jewish Archives.

Our debt and our thanks to these five is immense. It is not possible to overstate the scope and depth of their work. Not only did they take on a task from which many would flee, they performed their duties with a devotion that was both professional and inspirational. Watching them, hearing their concern in discussions and meetings, and seeing daily examples of their commitment to the job at hand is a tribute not only to the American Jewish Archives and the Jewish community, but also to scholarship and to the highest aims of the archival profession.

In a sad and bitter irony, neither Ron Axelrad nor Kathy Spray are with us now to celebrate this moment. Ron Axelrad passed away in 1999. Kathy Spray died in 2000. Yet this collection, in its final form, is an ongoing tribute to Kathy and Ron and their memory. It is to them now that we, their colleagues, dedicate this finding aid.

Finally, it is fitting to close with a tribute to our beloved founder, benefactor, mentor, and teacher, Dr. Jacob Rader Marcus. It is because of Dr. Marcus that the American Jewish Archives exists and it is he who is the inspiration and source of all that we do. In thanks to him, and on behalf of all who have and who will utilize this finding aid and be glad, we say now to Dr. Marcus — as he often said to us — “future generations will rise up and call you blessed.”

Kevin Proffitt
Chief Archivist
American Jewish Archives
Cincinnati, Ohio
March 2002


Administrative Information

Alternative Forms of Collection

The World Jewish Congress Records are available on microfilm and may be borrowed via interlibrary loan.

Preferred Citation

Footnotes and bibliographic references should refer to the World Jewish Congress Records and the American Jewish Archives. A suggestion for at least the first citation is as follows:

[Description], [Date], Box #, Folder #. MS-361. World Jewish Congress Records. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The World Jewish Congress Records were donated to the American Jewish Archives by the World Jewish Congress in 1982 and delivered in June, 1983, with a small supplement received in 1987. Two boxes of Maurice L. Perlzweig's files were received from his son, Robert Perlzweig, in 1983. One folder of material pertaining to the WJC China section (1946-1947) were received from Ms. Rena Krasno in February, 1995. All materials donated prior to 2002 have been arranged and described in this finding aid.

Processing Information

Processed by Ronald Axelrad, Kenton Jaehnig, Ina M. Remus, Kathleen L. Spray, and Anna K. Truman; March 2002


Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Central Files. 1919-1976.[103 Hollinger boxes (41.2 linear feet)]
Scope and Content Note: Contains history of the World Jewish Congress ( WJC), especially prior to 1940. The series includes correspondence and miscellaneous other materials of WJC leaders, together with minutes and records of conferences and committee meetings. The series name, “Central Files”, was adopted from an existing WJC series consisting of executive files and records from conferences and committees. Central Files includes material unrelated to any one specific department. For more material on specific departments see Series B through G.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into four subseries. The bulk of the materials in the first two subseries focus on the 1930s, and most of the last two subseries are dated after 1940.
Subseries 1. Organizational History and Activities. 1919–1970.[8 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Includes correspondence, minutes, publications, and reports related to the organizational and political activities of the WJC and its forerunner, the Committee of Jewish Delegations. Reports on the history and activities of the WJC from before its inception through the 1960s are also included in this subseries. Significant subjects covered include anti-Semitism, relief for refugees, and relations with the League of Nations. More material dealing with WJC activities in Europe during the 1930s can be found in subseries 2 under the Stephen S. Wise/ Lillie Shultz and Nahum Goldmann papers, and under Pre- WJC Conferences and the First Plenary Assembly (1936) in subseries 3.
Box Folder
A1 1 Government interventions in: Austria, Czechoslovakia, Danzig, Poland, and Romania, 1936–1939
A1 2 League of Nations, Commission on International Assistance to Refugees, memoranda, 1933–1942
A1 3 League of Nations, Liaison Committee, 1938–1939
A1 4 Tartakower, Arieh, London trip, Jan–Mar 1944
A1 5 Executive Committee, circular letters, Geneva, Switzerland (German) 6 Nov 1933
A1 6 Executive Committee, circular letters, Paris, France, 1936–1939
A1 7 Advisory Council on European Jewish Affairs, activity reports, Jewish Representative Committee list, 1942–1943
A1 8 American Jewish Congress, activity reports (English, Yiddish) 1942
A1 9 American Jewish Congress, Administrative Committee minutes, Jun–Dec 1933
A1 10 American Jewish Congress, Administrative Committee minutes, Jan 1934–Feb 1935
Box Folder
A2 1 American Jewish Conference, activity bulletin, Digest of the Press, 1943–1945
A2 2 American Jewish Conference, Day Book of the WJC, reports, 1939–1940
A2 3 American Jewish Conference, meetings, (English, Yiddish) 1943
A2 4 American Jewish Conference, 1 st conference session, minutes, 29 Aug–Sep 1943
A2 5 American Jewish Conference, minutes, 1943–1947
A2 6 Daily Proceedings of the American Jewish Conference, 1943–1945
Box Folder
A3 1 Dubnow, Simon, International League report, 1939; review of biography, Dubnow, 1963
A3 2 European situation report, (German) 14 Oct 1938
A3 3 General Jewish Council, Father Coughlin: His Facts and Argument, 1939
A3 4 International bank plan for Reich fund withdrawal, 1935
A3 5 Legal status, World Jewish Congress constitution, 1936–1959; 1973
A3 6 Liaison Committee of High Commissioner of League of Nations, minutes, reports, 1935–1937
A3 7 Meetings, minutes, reports, (English and German) 1935–1936
A3 8 Political European situation reports, 1939
A3 9 Publications including Bernheim Petition, La Question des Juifs Allemands devant la Societé des Nations, 1933
A3 10 Remarks on the necessity for change in Jewish tactics, by Glazer, Michael, Warsaw, Poland, Jan 1939
A3 11 Resolutions, 1936–1937
A3 12 Resolutions, 1942–1950
A3 13 Resolutions, 1951–1952
A3 14 Resolutions, 1953
A3 15 Resolutions, 1954
A3 16 Resolutions, 1955
Box Folder
A4 1 Resolutions, 1956
A4 2 Resolutions, 1957
A4 3 Resolutions, 1958
A4 4 Resolutions, 1959
A4 5 Resolutions, 1961
A4 6 Resolutions, 1964
A4 7 Resolutions, 1965
A4 8 Resolutions, Governing Council, Dec 1965 (1961–1965)
A4 9 Resolutions, 1966 (1966–1972)
A4 10 Resolutions, 1967–1970
A4 11 Rubenstein, Chief Rabbi, speeches, (delivered 1932) 1946
A4 12 Romania and Transylvania, reports, 1936–1948
A4 13 World Jewish Congress, Jewish Agency agreement, reports, 1951
A4 14 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, League of Nations, resolutions, reports, 1938–1939
A4 15 World Jewish Congress, Stein, Kalman, The Congress Idea, (English, German, Yiddish) 1941
A4 16 World Jewish Congress, Tartakower, Arieh, Immigration possibilities — The Jewish Immigration Problem and the WJC, 1936
A4 17 World Jewish Congress, Pan-Germanism at Work, Oct 1938
A4 18 World Jewish Congress, Petition to the League of Nations by WJC Geneva: La Situation des Juifs en Roumania, 1938–1939
A4 19 World Jewish Congress, Where Congress Idea Originated, Richards, Bernard G., Undated
A4 20 World Jewish Congress, League of Nations relations, 1936
Box Folder
A5 1 World Jewish Congress, reports, (English, French) 1937–1939
A5 2 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1940
A5 3 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1941
A5 4 World Jewish Congress, reports, (Polish) 1942–1943
A5 5 World Jewish Congress, reports, (English, German, Spanish) 1944–1945
A5 6 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1946
A5 7 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1947
A5 8 World Jewish Congress relationships with cooperating organizations, 1948
A5 9 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1948–1949
Box Folder
A6 1 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1948–1951
A6 2 World Jewish Congress, reports, 1952–1962
A6 3 World Jewish Congress, radio interviews, 1949–1950
A6 4 World Jewish Congress, Facts about the World Jewish Congress, [ ]ca. 1970
A6 5 World Jewish Congress, Administrative Committee, minutes, Vienna, Austria, May 1937
A6 6 World Jewish Congress, Administrative Committee, minutes, (English, German) 1939
A6 7 World Jewish Congress, Administrative Council meeting, resolution to transfer the Central Bureau of World Jewish Congress to New York, Aug 1940
A6 8 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, minutes, Paris, France, (German) 1936
A6 9 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, minutes, (English and German) 1937–1939
A6 10 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, reports, 1937
A6 11 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, minutes, (English, French, German) 1938
Box Folder
A7 1 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, minutes, 1939
A7 2 World Jewish Congress, meetings, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, German) 1939–1940
A7 3 Bulletin du Comité Executif de la Conference Universelle Juive de Secours, publication, (Yiddish) 1921–1923
A7 4 Bulletin du Comité des Délégations Juives, publication, (French) 1921–1925
A7 5 Foreign press releases, 1931–1934
A7 6 Informations — Bulletin des Juedischen Welt Kongresses, publication, no. 1, Apr 1940
A7 7 League of Nations, Treatment of Jews by German Government and Bulgarian Refugees, 1926–1936
A7 8 Non-World Jewish Congress publications (English, Yiddish, Polish) 1919–1927
A7 9 Non-World Jewish Congress publications (English, German, Polish) 1933–1936
A7 10 Press releases re: Jewish situation in Europe, Latin America, and Beirut, 1941–1942
A7 11 Correspondance Juive, no. 1–11, 1938–1939
Box Folder
A8 1 Comité des Délégations Juives, plenary, activity reports, minutes, Carlsbad, France, Nov–Dec 1924
A8 2 Evian Conference, proceedings, reports, resolutions, 1938
A8 3 Evian Conference, League of Nations, memoranda, 1938
A8 4 First Central American-Caribbean Conference, resolutions, releases, Mexico City, Mexico (English, Spanish, Yiddish) [see also A89]10–12 Mar 1962
A8 5 International Conference, statute for Germany refugees, 1938
A8 6 Joint Boycott Council of American Jewish Congress, 1933–1940
A8 7 Zweite Jüdische Welthilfskonferenz, Karlsbad, press releases, (German) Aug 1924
A8 8 Copies, 1919–1939; Romania to Kraemer, Marcus, Israel, 1954
A8 9 Criticism of World Jewish Congress and Wise, Stephen S., correspondence, memos, articles, 1943–1949
A8 10 Criticism of World Jewish Congress and Wise, Stephen S., correspondence, memos, articles, 1950–1954
A8 11 Historical documents, 1936–1945
Subseries 2. Executive Files. 1920; 1931–1975.[32 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Includes records and reports from the files of WJC presidents ( Stephen S. Wise, Nahum Goldmann); chairmen of the Executive Committee ( Nahum Goldmann, Israel Goldstein); followed by the administrative/executive directors of the New York office ( Abraham S. Hyman, Monty Jacobs, Yehuda Ebstein, Greta Beigel). The subseries contains general correspondence arranged chronologically, individual and departmental correspondence, country files, subject files, speeches, and publications.
Wise, Stephen S./ Schultz, Lillie, 1920, 1931–1974
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A9 1 Wise, Stephen S. to Wilson, Woodrow, 28 Feb 1920
A9 2 Correspondence, reports, (English, German, French) 1936–1938
A9 3 Appeals to League of Nations, 1937–1938
A9 4 American Jewish Congress, Lipsky, Louis, re: United Jewish Front, 1938
A9 5 Indemnity claims, 1939
A9 6 Goldmann, Nahum, proposals for Institute to Study Jewish Situation and economic aid to Poland, (English, French, German) 1939–1940
A9 7 Form letters, 1940–1945
A9 8 Correspondence, memos, 1940–1947
A9 9 Wise, Stephen S., 1947
A9 10 Wise, Stephen S., 1948
A9 11 Wise, Stephen S., 1949
A9 12 Wise, Stephen S., to Herzl, Theodor, 1898–1904; memo, 1954
A9 13 Argentina, cables, (English, French, Yiddish, German) 1936–1944
A9 14 Australia, 1936–1944
A9 15 Australia, minutes, 8 Oct 1941
A9 16 Austria, 1935–1938
A9 17 Belgium, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1936
A9 18 Belgium, Administrative Committee meeting (Sep 1938) 1938
A9 19 Brazil, 1937
A9 20 British section, atrocity reports, correspondence, 1942–1943
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A10 1 British section, cables, 1936–1939
A10 2 British section, 1938–1944
A10 3 British section, (A–M) 1936–1938
A10 4 British section, (N–Z) 1936–1938
A10 5 British section, reports, 1936–1938
A10 6 British section, Barou, Noah, 1937–1942
A10 7 British section, Brodetsky, Selig, 1940–1941
A10 8 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1941–1942
A10 9 British section, Orbach, Ruth and Maurice, 1937–1940
A10 10 British section, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1940
A10 11 British section, finances, 1943–1944
A10 12 British section, National Council of Poland, 1940–1941
A10 13 British section, 1942–1944
A10 14 British section, Zionist reports, 1941–1944
A10 15 British section, rescue activities, Joint Jewish Agency, 1942–1943
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A11 1 British section, A–N, 1942–1944
A11 2 British section, O–Z, 1942–1944
A11 3 British section, relief activities, correspondence and cables (separated by country) 1940–1944
A11 4 Bulgaria, expulsion of foreign Jews, May 1939
A11 5 Canadian Jewish Congress, 6 th regional conference, 22 Sep 1940
A11 6 Canadian Jewish Congress, 7 th regional conference, 2 Nov 1941
A11 7 Canadian Jewish Congress, Anti-Defamation Committee, Kol Nidre report, 1935
A11 8 Canadian Jewish Congress, Archives Committee, 1939–1941
A11 9 Canadian Jewish Congress, Archives Committee, Benjamin II, Drei Jahre in Amerika, 1940
A11 10 Canadian Jewish Congress, Archives Committee, Rome, David, speech, 24 Sep 1940
A11 11 Canadian Jewish Congress, Olympics boycott, 1934–1935
A11 12 Canadian Jewish Congress, Committee on Social and Economic Studies, information sheet, 1945
A11 13 Canadian Jewish Congress, 1939–1942
A11 14 Canadian Jewish Congress, 1940–1941
A11 15 Canadian Jewish Congress, Bennett, A. B., 1938–1943
A11 16 Canadian Jewish Congress, Bronfman, Samuel, 1940–1942
A11 17 Canadian Jewish Congress, Caiserman, H. M., 1933–1935
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A12 1 Canadian Jewish Congress, Caiserman, H.M., 1936
A12 2 Canadian Jewish Congress, Caiserman, H.M., 1937
A12 3 Canadian Jewish Congress, Caiserman, H.M., 1938
A12 4 Canadian Jewish Congress, Caiserman, H.M., 1939–1944
A12 5 Canadian Jewish Congress, Cohen, Oscar, 1937–1938
A12 6 Canadian Jewish Congress, Cohen, Oscar, 1939–1940
A12 7 Canadian Jewish Congress, Cohen, Oscar, 1939–1940
A12 8 Canadian Jewish Congress, Hayes, Saul, 1942–1944
A12 9 Canadian Jewish Congress, Mandell, Canada, 1936
A12 10 Canadian Jewish Congress, Canada, 1933–1944
A12 11 Canadian Jewish Congress, Eastern Division Conference, Proceedings, 6–8 Jul 1940
A12 12 Canadian Jewish Congress, Educational Committee, First Conference of Ontario Jewish Educators and a survey of Jewish Education in Ontario, Jan 1937
A12 13 Canadian Jewish Congress, Educational Committee, 1940–1943
A12 14 Canadian Jewish Congress, Educational Committee, Shavuot, publication, 1941
A12 15 Canadian Jewish Congress, Jewish Life through the Perspective of the Canadian Jewish Congress, Bennett, A.B., 21 Jan 1939
A12 16 Canadian Jewish Congress, book/pamphlets lists, 1939
A12 17 Canadian Jewish Congress, memoranda, 1937, 1944
A12 18 Canadian Jewish Congress, minutes, 1936–1941
A12 19 Canadian Jewish Congress, committees/divisions, minutes, (A–D) 1936–1941
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A13 1 Canadian Jewish Congress, committees/divisions, minutes, (E–Z) 1936–1941
A13 2 Canadian Jewish Congress, Hayes, Saul, The Free Press of Canada Speaks, publication, 1944
A13 3 Canadian Jewish Congress, press releases, 1943–1944
A13 4 Canadian Jewish Congress, Resume Bulletin, publication, Jan 1942
A13 5 Canadian Jewish Congress, reports, 1937–1944
A13 6 Canadian Jewish Congress, reports, German boycott, ca. 1937
A13 7 Canadian Jewish Congress, report of the Executive Secretary, 4 th National Assembly, Toronto, Canada, 21–23 Jan 1939
A13 8 Central and South America, 1941–1942
A13 9 Chile, 1937–1940
A13 10 China, 1936
A13 11 Columbia, 1937
A13 12 Czechoslovakia, 1933–1939
A13 13 Czechoslovakia, 1942
A13 14 England, 1948
A13 15 Egypt, Laserson, Maurice, 1936–1938
A13 16 Finland, 1938
A13 17 France, 1933–1939
A13 18 France, European cables, 1933–1940
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A14 1 France, A–H, 1936–1940
A14 2 France, J–Z, 1936–1940
A14 3 France, financial reports, 1936–1938
A14 4 France, Lestchinsky, Jacob, (English, German, Yiddish), 1938–1939
A14 5 France, anti-Semitic legislation, 1938–1939
A14 6 France, Paris office address lists, 1938
A14 7 France, Pary, Juliette, correspondence with Wise, Louise; releases, and paper read at Women's Conference, “Anti-Semitism vs. Peace,” 1938
A14 8 France, 1940–1941
A14 9 France, Bernhard, Georg, 1936–1937
A14 10 France, Bernhard, Georg, 1938–1939
A14 11 France, Goldmann, Nahum, 1933
A14 12 France, Goldmann, Nahum to England, 1933–1934; 1938
A14 13 France, Goldmann, Nahum to Paris, France, 1934
A14 14 France, Goldmann, Nahum to Switzerland, 1934
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A15 1 France, Goldmann, Nahum to American Jewish Congress, 1935
A15 2 France, Goldmann, Nahum to American Jewish Congress, 1936
A15 3 France, Goldmann, Nahum, 1936–1937
A15 4 France, Goldmann, Nahum, minutes, reports, 1938
A15 5 France, Goldmann, Nahum, cables, 1938
A15 6 France, Goldmann, Nahum to Switzerland, 1938
A15 7 France, Goldmann, Nahum, 1938–1939
A15 8 France, Goldmann, Nahum to World Jewish Congress Geneva/Paris, 1939
A15 9 France, Goldmann, Nahum, cables, 1934–1936, 1940, 1946
A15 10 France, Goldmann, Nahum, statements to Portugal and New York, 1940
A15 11 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to American Jewish Congress, 1933
A15 12 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to American Jewish Congress, 1933
A15 13 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to American Jewish Congress, .1934
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A16 1 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to American Jewish Congress, 1935
A16 2 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to Schultz, Lillie, Jan–Oct 1936
A16 3 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to Schultz, Lillie, Nov–Dec 1936
A16 4 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to Wise, Stephen S., Jan–Dec 1936
A16 5 France, Knopfmacher, Kate to New York office, 1935–1938
A16 6 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jan 1937
A16 7 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Feb 1937
A16 8 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Mar 1937
A16 9 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Apr 1937
A16 10 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, May 1937
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A17 1 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jun 1937
A17 2 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jul 1937
A17 3 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Aug 1937
A17 4 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Sep 1937
A17 5 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Oct 1937
A17 6 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Nov 1937
A17 7 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Dec 1937
A17 8 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jan 1938
A17 9 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Feb–Mar 1938
A17 10 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Apr 1938
A17 11 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, May–Jun 1938
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A18 1 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jul–Aug 1938
A18 2 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Sep–Oct 1938
A18 3 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Nov 1938
A18 4 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Dec 1938
A18 5 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jan–Feb 1939
A18 6 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Mar 1939
A18 7 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Apr–May 1939
A18 8 France, Knopfmacher, Kate, Jun–Aug 1939
A18 9 France, Knopfmacher, Ernest, 1936–Jun 1937
A18 10 France, Knopfmacher, Ernest, Jul–Dec 1937
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A19 1 France, Knopfmacher, Ernest, Jan–Jul 1938
A19 2 France, Knopfmacher, Ernest to Schultz, Lillie, 1938
A19 3 France, Knopfmacher, Ernest, 1939–1940
A19 4 Germany, 1933
A19 5 Germany, 1948
A19 6 Holland, 1937–1938
A19 7 Holland, Jews in Austrian concentration camps, 5 Jan 1942
A19 8 Hungary, 1938, 1948
A19 9 Hungary, 1948
A19 10 India, 1936–1937
A19 11 Italy, 1938
A19 12 Japan, Jewish refugee report by Moiseeff, Moise, 1941
A19 13 Latvia, Storch, Hillel, situation report, 1936–1942
A19 14 Lithuania, 1938
A19 15 Lithuania, releases, 1942
A19 16 Mexico, 1941–1942
A19 17 Mexico, Knopfmacher, Ernest, 1941
A19 18 Mexico, Knopfmacher, Ernest, 1941–1943
A19 19 Mexico, Knopfmacher, Kate, 1941–1944
A19 20 Mexico, Knopfmacher, Kate, 1943
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A20 1 Mexico, 1941–1944
A20 2 Palestine, 1933–1938
A20 3 Poland, re: organizing World Jewish Congress, 1936–1940
A20 4 Poland, Zuckerman, Baruch, 1937
A20 5 Poland, Zuckerman, Baruch, Jan–May 1938
A20 6 Poland, Zuckerman, Baruch, Jan–Jul 1938
A20 7 Poland, 1941–1942
A20 8 Portugal, 1936
A20 9 Portugal, France and Portugal situation report, 1940
A20 10 Romania, 1942
A20 11 Russia, 1941
A20 12 Switzerland, 1934–1938
A20 13 Switzerland, 1941
A20 14 Switzerland, Relief Committee, to Riegner, Gerhart, 1936–1943
A20 15 Switzerland, Knopfmacher, Kate, to Schultz, Lillie, 1939
A20 16 Switzerland, Knopfmacher, Kate, to Wise, Stephen S., 1939
A20 17 Switzerland, Knopfmacher, Kate, 1939–1940
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A21 1 Switzerland/Portugal, Knopfmacher, Kate to Wise, Stephen S., Jan–Aug 1940
A21 2 Switzerland/Portugal, Knopfmacher, Kate to Schultz, Lillie, 1940
A21 3 Silberschein, Adolf H., 1939–1943
A21 4 Uruguay, Hellmann, Isaac to Goldmann, Nahum, 1940
A21 5 United States, California, 1948
A21 6 United States, Missouri, 1948
A21 7 United States, New York (excluding New York City), 1948
A21 8 United States, New York City, (A–L), 1948
A21 9 United States, New York City, (N–Z), 1948
A21 10 United States, Virginia, 1948
A21 11 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, Berlin, Geneva (German) Jan and Dec 1933
A21 12 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, Paris, France(English, German) no. 2–4, Oct–Dec 1936
A21 13 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, Paris, France (English, French) no. 5–9, vol. II: 1–4, Feb–Dec 1937
A21 14 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, vol. II: 1–5, vol. III: 1–4, Jan–Dec 1938
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A22 1 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, (German), vol. III: 5–7, vol. IV: 1–2, Feb–Dec 1939
A22 2 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, (German), vol. IV: 1–2, Oct–Dec 1939
A22 3 World Jewish Congress, Executive Committee, circular letters, (French, German), vol. IV, no. 3, Feb 1940
A22 4 Yugoslavia, 1938
A22 5 General reports (English, German, Yiddish) 1931, 1934–1935
A22 6 Administrative Committee Council, activity reports, 1935–1937
A22 7 Activity reports, 1936
A22 8 Activity reports, part I, 1937
A22 9 Activity reports, part II (Economic Department reports) 1937
A22 10 American Jewish Congress Women's Division, minutes, 1937
A22 11 World Union of Jewish Youth, (English, Yiddish) 1937–1939
A22 12 Jewish situation reports, 1938
A22 13 Jewish situation reports, 1938–1939
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A23 1 Pan-Germanism at Work, parts I, III, V (English) 1939
A23 2 Pan-Germanism at Work, parts I, IV-IX (French) 1938
A23 3 Pan-Germanism at Work, parts II, III, IV (German) 1939
A23 4 Jarblum, Marc, anti-Semitism reports, 1938–1943, 1955
A23 5 Kraemer, Markus, Polish Refugees in Roumania, 1939
A23 6 Refugee reports, (English, German) 1939
A23 7 Geneva office, German occupied Poland, reports, 1939
A23 8 Activities, office reference lists, 1939–1940
A23 9 Activity reports, 1944
A23 10 European Jew situation reports, (Yiddish) 1940
A23 11 Financial reports, 1940
A23 12 Financial accounts reports, 1940
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A24 1 Polish and Czech reports, New York office — Committee on Polish Jewish Affairs, also memoranda, minutes, 1940–1942
A24 2 Reports, reaction to atrocities and extermination plan, Oct 1940–Apr 1943
A24 3 Finances, budget reports, 1941–1944
A24 4 Activity reports, 1942–1943
A24 5 American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, minutes, 1942–1943, 1946
A24 6 Memos re: luncheon, 11 Jan 1945
A24 7 The Ideological Tendencies of the Study of Judaism, (English, French) [ ?]late 1930s
A24 8 Press releases, (English, French, German) 1937–1938
A24 9 Press releases, 1940–1942
A24 10 Post-war Rehabilitation, American Zionist, Emergency Council, and Jewish Bulletin, 1943
A24 11 Polish refugees, Lithuania, Hungary, and Romania, 1939
A24 12 Polish refugees, Romania and Hungary, list no. 1, (German) 1939–1940
A24 13 Polish refugees, Romania and Hungary, list no. 2, 1939–1940
A24 14 Polish refugees, Romania and Hungary, list no. 3, 1939–1940
A24 15 Polish refugees, Romania and Hungary, list no. 4, 1939–1940
A24 16 Polish refugees, Romania and Hungary, list no. 5, 1939–1940
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A25 1 Polish refugees, Hungary, list no. 6, part 1, 1940
A25 2 Polish refugees, Hungary, list no. 6, part 2, 1940
A25 3 Polish refugees, Hungary, list no. 7, 1940
A25 4 Polish refugees, Hungary, and Romania, list no. 8, 1940
A25 5 Polish refugees, Hungary, list no. 9, 1940
A25 6 Polish refugees, Hungary, list no. 10, 1940
A25 7 Wise, Stephen S., 70 th Birthday, People's Tribute Album, 1944
A25 8 Wise, Stephen S., biographical articles and reviews of biographies, speech, 1946–1969
A25 9 American Association for the United Nations, emergency conference on Palestine and the United Nations, Feb 1948
A25 10 Wise, Stephen S., 75 th Birthday, 17 Mar 1949
A25 11 Wise, Stephen S., death announcement, condolence letters, 1949
A25 12 Wise, Stephen S., death, memorial meetings, speeches, memos, 1949
A25 13 Wise, Stephen S., death, cables received, 1949
A25 14 Wise, Stephen S. death, condolence cables, 1949
A25 15 Wise, Stephen S. death, responses to condolences, 1949
A25 16 Wise, Stephen S., death, press releases, 1949–1950
A25 17 Wise, Stephen S., house, purchase and dedication, 1950–1951
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A26 1 Wise, Stephen S. awards, 1950–1965
A26 2 Wise, Stephen S., death anniversaries, 1950–1972
A26 3 Wise, Stephen S., towers, 1959–1962
A26 4 Wise, Stephen S. 100 th birthday celebration, 1974
Goldmann, Nahum, 1934–1975
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A27 1 Correspondence, 1934–1938
A27 2 Correspondence, 1939–1949
A27 3 Correspondence, 1944; 1947–1948
A27 4 Correspondence, 1948–1949
A27 5 Correspondence, 1949
A27 6 Correspondence, 1950–1958
A27 7 Correspondence, 1960–1961
A27 8 Correspondence, 1962
A27 9 Correspondence, 1963
A27 10 Correspondence, 1964
A27 11 Correspondence, 1965
A27 12 Correspondence, 1969
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A28 1 Personal correspondence, 1949
A28 2 Argentina, Hellmann, Isaac, 1940
A28 3 Ben-Gurion, David, 1962
A28 4 Beth Hatfutzoth, 1962
A28 5 Canada, 1944–1949
A28 6 Catholic Church, 1960–1966
A28 7 Goldmann, Nahum, Forest, 1955–1956
A28 8 France to Sweden, 1945–1949
A28 9 Hellmann, Isaac, 1944–1949
A28 10 Knopfmacher, Kate, Cohen claim, 1943–1944
A28 11 Riegner, Gerhart M., 1946–1949
A28 12 World Union of Jewish Students, 1948
A28 13 World Jewish Congress Departments, personnel correspondence, 1947–1949
A28 14 Statements, speeches, 1934–1943
A28 15 Statements, speeches, 1944–1946
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A29 1 Statements, speeches, 1947–1948
A29 2 Statements, speeches, 1950–1953
A29 3 Statements, speeches, 1954–1959
A29 4 Statements, speeches, 1960–1964
A29 5 Statements, speeches, 1965–1969
A29 6 Statements, speeches, 1970–1975
A29 7 Latin America trip, Jul–Aug 1941, and Palestine, trip, Mar 1946
A29 8 USSR conference, second interim report, Sep 1963
A29 9 International Human Rights and the Genocide Convention, 1965
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A30 1 Kamm report, 1965
A30 2 Reorganization report, 1965
A30 3 German-Jewish coexistence, report, 1966–1969
A30 4 Goldmann, Nahum and Israel controversy, report, 1970
A30 5 Podem coexistir os alamães e os judeus, article, 1962
A30 6 Herald Tribune, 1963
A30 7 Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, Goldmann, Nahum, Jul 1966
A30 8 Biographical sketch, ca. 1948
A30 9 Goldmann, Nahum, 60 th birthday, 10 Jul 1954
A30 10 Dranger, Jacob, manuscript, Nahum Goldmann, pp. 1–250, cover letter, 1954
A30 11 Dranger, Jacob, manuscript, Nahum Goldmann, pp. 251–495, Nov 1954
A30 12 Dranger, Jacob, Knopfmacher, Kate, 1954, 1956
A30 13 2 nd Mediterranean Conference of Florence, press releases, newsclippings, Oct 1958
Goldstein, Israel, 1950–1968
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A31 1 Correspondence, Jul–Aug 1950
A31 2 Correspondence, Sep 1950
A31 3 Correspondence, Oct–Dec 1950
A31 4 Correspondence, 1951
A31 5 Correspondence, 1952
A31 6 Correspondence, 1953
A31 7 Correspondence, 1954
A31 8 Correspondence, 60 th birthday, 1955–1956
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A32 1 Correspondence, 1957
A32 2 Correspondence, 1958
A32 3 Correspondence, 1959–1968
A32 4 Press releases, Jul–Oct 1950
A32 5 Trip to England, Nov–Dec 1951
A32 6 Statements, 1953
A32 7 Trip, July–Sep 1955
A32 8 World tour, 1958–1959
Administrative/Executive Directors' Files, 1953–1975
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A33 1 Hyman, Abraham S., May–Jun 1953
A33 2 Hyman, Abraham S., May–Dec 1953
A33 3 Hyman, Abraham S., Bolz, Sanford, 1953–1960
A33 4 Hyman, Abraham S., Goldmann, Nahum, 1953–1956
A33 5 Hyman, Abraham S., Goldmann Library, 1954–1956
A33 6 Hyman, Abraham S., Jacoby, Gerhart, 1953–1960
A33 7 Hyman, Abraham S., Klein, Julius, 1953–1955
A33 8 Hyman, Abraham S., Levanthal, Louis E., 1953–1954
A33 9 Hyman, Abraham S., France, reports, 1953
A33 10 Hyman, Abraham S., France, reports, 1954
A33 11 Hyman, Abraham S., France, reports 1955
A33 12 Hyman, Abraham S., re: change from Administrative Director to Executive Secretary, 1955
A33 13 Hyman, Abraham S., miscellaneous materials, 1954–1956, 1966
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A34 1 Hyman, Abraham S., World Jewish Congress duties, 1957
A34 2 Hyman, Abraham S., Jacobs, Monty, American Jewish CongressCommission on International Affairs, 1956–1962
A34 3 Hyman, Abraham S., Jacobs, Monty, Large City Budget Committee, 1957–1963
A34 4 Jacobs, Monty, Goldmann, Nahum, 1957–1962
A34 5 Jacobs, Monty, North American Division, 1960–1962
A34 6 Jacobs, Monty, (includes re: death) 1960–1967
A34 7 Jacobs, Monty, publicity re: Norry, Irvin S. (Man of Year) 1961
A34 8 Jacobs, Monty, Geneva office, 1963
A34 9 Jacobs, Monty, Fishbein, Jack, Jewish Sentinel, 1963–1966
A34 10 Jacobs, Monty, American Jewish Congress, 1964
A34 11 Jacobs, Monty, Geneva office, 1964
A34 12 Jacobs, Monty, Committee on Reorganization, 1964–1965
A34 13 Jacobs, Monty, Sloan, Jacob, 1964–1965
A34 14 Jacobs, Monty, Geneva office, 1965
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A35 1 Jacobs, Monty, Geneva office, 1966
A35 2 Jacobs, Monty, re: projected Eastern Europe visit, 1966
A35 3 Jacobs, Monty, Geneva office, 1966–1967
A35 4 Jacobs, Monty, Lestchinsky, Jacob, memorial, Apr 1966
A35 5 Jacobs, Monty, Salpeter, Hugh, invitations to Senators Edward and Robert Kennedy to speak at Humanitarian Award Dinner, Jun–Jul 1966
A35 6 Jacobs, Monty, Rockefeller, Nelson, visits, Oct 1966
A35 7 Jacobs, Monty, international anti-Semitism, 1960–1962
A35 8 Jacobs, Monty, Switzerland, anti-Semitic publications, 1966
A35 9 Ebstein, Yehuda, Political Committee meeting (Jan 1962), Dec 1961–Jan 1962
A35 10 Ebstein, Yehuda, Jacobs, Monty, re: Stockholm Plenary, 1961–1963
A35 11 Ebstein, Yehuda, 1960–1962
A35 12 Ebstein, Yehuda, Geneva office, 1960–1961
A35 13 Ebstein, Yehuda, Geneva office, 1962
A35 14 Ebstein, Yehuda, Jacobs, Monty, fund raising, 1960–1961
A35 15 Ebstein, Yehuda, Jacobs, Monty, fund raising, 1962–1965
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A36 1 Ebstein, Yehuda, Thailand (Bangkok) 1963–1966
A36 2 Ebstein, Yehuda, Tunisia, 1961–1965
A36 3 Ebstein, Yehuda, Turkey, 1960–1966
A36 4 Ebstein, Yehuda, Trinidad, British West Indies, 1962–1965
A36 5 Ebstein, Yehuda, Uruguay, 1965–1967
A36 6 Ebstein, Yehuda, Uruguay, antisemetic events, 1960–1962
A36 7 Ebstein, Yehuda, USSR (reprint, A Palestine Solution, by Gromyko, Andrei, 1947) 1960–1964
A36 8 Ebstein, Yehuda, USSR, Polish Jews in USSR lists, 1964–1967
A36 9 Ebstein, Yehuda, USSR, Atkins, Thomas V., Jews under Communism (manuscript) 1965–1966
A36 10 Ebstein, Yehuda, Venezuela, 1963–1965
A36 11 Ebstein, Yehuda, Yugoslavia (Ustasha information), 1960–1967
A36 12 Ebstein, Yehuda, Yugoslavia, Heimowitz, Irwin, 1966–1967
A36 13 Ebstein, Yehuda, Goldmann, Nahum, 1966
A36 14 Ebstein, Yehuda, Goldmann, Nahum, 1967
A36 15 Ebstein, Yehuda, Goldmann, Nahum, 27 Apr 1967
A36 16 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, 1963–1964
A36 17 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, biographical sketch, report of Committee on Un-American Activities, 1964
A36 18 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, 1965
A36 19 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, Latin American trip, 1966
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A37 1 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, 1966
A37 2 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, 1967
A37 3 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, to Cardinal Frings, 1967
A37 4 Ebstein, Yehuda, Nussbaum, Max, Germany press conference, 27 Jan 1967
A37 5 Ebstein, Yehuda, Polier, Shad, 1959–1967
A37 6 Ebstein, Yehuda, Prinz, Joachim, 1962–1967
A37 7 Ebstein, Yehuda, Prinz, Joachim, 1966–1971
A37 8 Ebstein, Yehuda, Sherman, Bezalel, 1963–1966, 1971
A37 9 Ebstein, Yehuda, Winter, Paul, 1966
A37 10 Ebstein, Yehuda, Melamet, Max, 1966, 1968
A37 11 Ebstein, Yehuda, Melamet, Max, International Affairs Department, 1966–1967
A37 12 Ebstein, Yehuda, Melamet, Max, South American tour, 1968–1969
A37 13 Ebstein, Yehuda, Melamet, Max, to Jabes, André, 1968–1973
A37 14 Ebstein, Yehuda, Melamet, Max, The Future of American Jewish Life, 1973–1975
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A38 1 Ebstein, Yehuda, American Tercentenary, vol I., messages, 1953–1955
A38 2 Ebstein, Yehuda, American Tercentenary, vol II., 1954
A38 3 Ebstein, Yehuda, Maimonides celebration, Goldstein, Israel, 10 May 1955
A38 4 Ebstein, Yehuda, Executive Committee, membership, 1953–1959
A38 5 Ebstein, Yehuda, Coordinating Committee, 1954–1958
A38 6 Ebstein, Yehuda, World Executive meeting (1955), Sep 1954–Mar 1955
A38 7 Ebstein, Yehuda, World Executive meeting (1955), 1954–1955
A38 8 Ebstein, Yehuda, World Executive meeting (1955), Jan–Oct 1955
A38 9 Ebstein, Yehuda, Executive Committee, request for financial contribution by affiliates, report, 1955–1956
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A39 1 Beigel, Greta, 1947–1958
A39 2 Beigel, Greta, Zuckerman, William and Jewish World News Service, 1947
A39 3 Beigel, Greta, Bienenfeld, Franz R., re: World Jewish Congress at United Nations, 1948
A39 4 Beigel, Greta, Hyman, Abraham S. to Easterman, Alexander L.1949–1957
A39 5 Beigel, Greta, articles, reports, 1953–1961
A39 6 Beigel, Greta, translations to English, summaries, 1956–1959
A39 7 Beigel, Greta, translations to English, summaries, 1966–1969
A39 8 Beigel, Greta, United Jewish Appeal Drive, 1968
Subseries 3. Plenary Assemblies, Pre-1936 Conferences and Special Conferences. 1932–1975.[30 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Contains minutes, proceedings, reports, and other materials dealing three pre- WJC conferences together with extensive files for the first six WJC Plenary Assemblies (1936–1975). Also included are materials pertaining to the War Emergency Conference (1944) and the Inter-American Jewish Conference (1941).
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A39 9 Statements, endorsements of World Jewish Congress, 1932–1936, 1944
A39 10 Statements on proposed World Jewish Congress, 1936
A39 11 American Jewish Congress, re: formation, 1933
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A40 1 1 st pre-World Jewish Congress conference, Geneva, Switzerland, 1932
A40 2 1 st pre-World Jewish Congress conference, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, German) 1932
A40 3 2 nd pre-World Jewish Congress conference (Sep 1933), Geneva, Switzerland (English, French, German) 1933
A40 4 Organization of World Jewish Congress, (English, Yiddish), 1933–1934
A40 5 3 rd pre-World Jewish Congress conference (Aug 1934), Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French, German), 1934
A40 6 1 st Plenary, Protocole (English, French, Yiddish) 1936
A40 7 1 st Plenary, Protocole excerpts (German), 1936
A40 8 1 st Plenary, Proceedings (English, German), 1936
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A41 1 1 st Plenary, resolutions, 1936
A41 2 1 st Plenary, declarations, (English, French, Yiddish), 1936
A41 3 1 st Plenary, statements, 1936
A41 4 1 st Plenary, speeches (English, French, German), 1936
A41 5 1 st Plenary, speeches (English, French, German), 1936
A41 6 1 st Plenary, reports, 1936
A41 7 1 st Plenary, Wise, Stephen S., 1936
A41 8 1 st Plenary, press releases, press lists, (English, German), 1936
A41 9 1 st Plenary, preparations, includes candidate lists, minutes, 1936
A41 10 1 st Plenary, commissions, committees, lists, information sheet, Credentials Committee report, 1935–1936
A41 11 1 st Plenary, delegates, biographies, 1936
A41 12 1 st Plenary, Lipsky, Louis, United States Delegates, vol. I, 1936
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A42 1 1 st Plenary, Lipsky, Louis, United States Delegates, vol. III, 1936
A42 2 1 st Plenary, re: “visitors” cards, 1936
A42 3 1 st Plenary, 1936
A42 4 1 st Plenary, Wise, Stephen S., 1934–1936
A42 5 1 st Plenary, Wise, Stephen S., Schultz, Lillie, 1936
A42 6 1 st Plenary, cables, correspondence, 1934–1936
A42 7 1 st Plenary, Schultz, Lillie, Geneva to New York, Jul–Aug 1936
A42 8 2 nd Plenary, constitution (English, Spanish, French, Yiddish) 1948
A42 9 2 nd Plenary, constitution drafts, World Jewish Congress status reports, 1948
A42 10 2 nd Plenary, articles, Knopfmacher, Kate, 1948
A42 11 2 nd Plenary, articles, British section, 1948
A42 12 2 nd Plenary, articles, 1948
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A43 1 2 nd Plenary, releases (English, French, German, Yiddish) 1948
A43 2 2 nd Plenary, releases, proceedings, 1948
A43 3 2 nd Plenary, communique no. 20, Press Communique/Bulletin, 6 Jul 1948
A43 4 2 nd Plenary, publications, press communiques, (French) 1948
A43 5 2 nd Plenary, publications, press communiques, (German) 1948
A43 6 2 nd Plenary, publications, press communiques, (Yiddish) 1948
A43 7 2 nd Plenary, Congress Digest, no. 27–35 (English, Spanish, Yiddish) 1948
A43 8 2 nd Plenary, circular letters, 1947–1948
A43 9 2 nd Plenary, preparation work, 1947–1948
A43 10 2 nd Plenary, committee lists, delegate lists, 1948
A43 11 2 nd Plenary, re: visas, 1947–1948
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A44 1 2 nd Plenary, preparation work, Mar 1946–May 1947
A44 2 2 nd Plenary, preparation work, Jun–Jul 1947
A44 3 2 nd Plenary, Key People Conference, Jun 1947–Feb 1948
A44 4 2 nd Plenary, Key People Conference, issues agenda, 25 Sep 1947
A44 5 2 nd Plenary, 1948
A44 6 2 nd Plenary, preparations, Algerian delegates information, 1948
A44 7 2 nd Plenary, preparations, 1948
A44 8 2 nd Plenary, pre-session materials, 1948
A44 9 2 nd Plenary, invitations, delegate appointments, 1948
A44 10 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Jul–Nov 1947
A44 11 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Dec 1947
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A45 1 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Dec 1947–Jun 1948
A45 2 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Jan 1948
A45 3 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Feb 1948
A45 4 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Mar–Apr 1948
A45 5 2 nd Plenary, postponement, May 1948
A45 6 2 nd Plenary, postponement, 1–15 Jun 1948
A45 7 2 nd Plenary, postponement, 16–30 Jun 1948
A45 8 2 nd Plenary, postponement, Nov 1948
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A46 1 2 nd Plenary, proceedings, speeches, constitution — Part 1, 1948
A46 2 2 nd Plenary, proceedings, speeches — Part 2, 1948
A46 3 2 nd Plenary, resolutions, minutes, 1947–1948
A46 4 2 nd Plenary, resolutions, (English, German) 1948
A46 5 2 nd Plenary, resolutions, 1948
A46 6 2 nd Plenary, resolutions, (French) 1948
A46 7 2 nd Plenary, resolutions, (German) 1948
A46 8 2 nd Plenary, resolutions, (Hebrew, Yiddish) 1948
A46 9 2 nd Plenary, (English, French, German, Hebrew, Yiddish) 1948
A46 10 2 nd Plenary, cables, opening session, 27 Jun 1948
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A47 1 2 nd Plenary, pre-convention Executive meeting, minutes, notes, 23–26 Jun 1948
A47 2 2 nd Plenary, presidium meetings, minutes, notes, 1948
A47 3 2 nd Plenary, draft protocol, opening session, 27 Jun 1948
A47 4 2 nd Plenary, draft protocols, sessions 1–5, 27–29 Jun 1948
A47 5 2 nd Plenary, draft protocols, sessions 6–9, 29–30 Jun 1948
A47 6 2 nd Plenary, draft protocols, sessions 10–15, 30 Jun–5 Jul 1948
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A48 1 2 nd Plenary, speeches (English, French, Yiddish) 1948
A48 2 2 nd Plenary, Marcus, Robert S., speech, 1948
A48 3 2 nd Plenary, reports, (English, French, Yiddish, Polish) 1948
A48 4 2 nd Plenary, Organization Department reports, Schwarzbart, Isaac (English, Yiddish) 10 Jun 1948
A48 5 2 nd Plenary, Set of Studies (Part I), Institute for Jewish Affairs, (English, German, French) 1948
A48 6 2 nd Plenary, Set of Studies (Part II), “Situation of Jews in Latin-American Countries,” by Lestchinsky, Jacob (Yiddish), 1948
A48 7 2 nd Plenary, American Jewish Congress public report meeting (English, Yiddish) 15 Sep 1948
A48 8 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, correspondence, memos, reports, Nov 1947–May 1948
A48 9 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, correspondence, memos, reports, Jun 1948–Jan 1949
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A49 1 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, general report, 1 st edition, 1948
A49 2 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, documents, 1947
A49 3 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, correspondence, (galley index copy) 1948–1949
A49 4 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, re: distribution, 1948–1949
A49 5 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, sales, 1948–1949
A49 6 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, 2 nd edition forward, 1948
A49 7 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, requests, 1948
A49 8 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, acknowledgments, 1948
A49 9 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, original book dispersal lists, 1948
A49 10 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, reports, 1948
A49 11 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, letters accompanying book, 1948
A49 12 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, public relations, 1947–1948
A49 13 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, translation, reprints, 1948
A49 14 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, book reviews, 1948
A49 15 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, draft distribution, 1947–1948
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A50 1 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, table of contents, 1948
A50 2 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 1, 1948
A50 3 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 2, 1948
A50 4 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 3, chapter 1, 1948
A50 5 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 3, chapter 2, 1948
A50 6 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 3, chapter 3, 1948
A50 7 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 3, chapter 4, 1948
A50 8 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 1, 1948
A50 9 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 2, section 1, 1948
A50 10 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 2, section 2, 1948
A50 11 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 3, 1948
A50 12 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 4, 1948
A50 13 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 5, 1948
A50 14 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 4, chapter 6, 1948
A50 15 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 5, chapter 1, 1948
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A51 1 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 5, chapter 2, 1948
A51 2 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 5, chapter 3, 1948
A51 3 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 5, chapter 4, 1948
A51 4 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 5, chapter 5, 1948
A51 5 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 6, chapter 1, section 1, 1948
A51 6 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 6, chapter 1, section 2, 1948
A51 7 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 6, chapter 2, 1948
A51 8 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 6, chapter 3, 1948
A51 9 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, part 6, chapter 4, 1948
A51 10 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, assorted drafts, 1948
A51 11 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, (Yiddish draft) [I], 1948
A51 12 2 nd Plenary, Unity in Dispersion, (Yiddish draft) [II], 1948
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A52 1 3 rd Plenary, summary records, draft resolutions, 1953
A52 2 3 rd Plenary, communiques, special releases, Institute of Jewish Affairs reports, 1953
A52 3 3 rd Plenary, summary records, resolutions, communiques, (French) 1953
A52 4 3 rd Plenary, speeches, communiques, reports, (German) 1953
A52 5 3 rd Plenary, opening address, summary record, resolutions, communiques, (Yiddish) 1953
A52 6 3 rd Plenary, resolutions (English, French), principles and Realizations, (French) 1953
A52 7 3 rd Plenary, American Jewish Congress Executive report, proceedings review, American delegate list, press releases, 1953
A52 8 3 rd Plenary, Survey of Policy and Action — 1948–1953, (English, Yiddish) 1953
A52 9 3 rd Plenary, Israeli Executive activities report, 1949–1953, (English, Yiddish) 1953
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A53 1 3 rd Plenary, speeches (printed pamphlets), with cover letter, 1953
A53 2 3 rd Plenary, constitution, 1953
A53 3 3 rd Plenary, Proceedings, 1953
A53 4 3 rd Plenary, draft proceedings, table of contents, chapters 8–11, 13–14, 1953
A53 5 3 rd Plenary, draft proceedings, sessions 1–4, 4–5 Aug 1953
A53 6 3 rd Plenary, draft proceedings, sessions 5–8, 6–7 Aug 1953
A53 7 3 rd Plenary, draft proceedings, sessions 9–13, 7–11 Aug 1953
A53 8 3 rd Plenary, proceedings, resolutions, correspondence, memos, 1953, 1955
A53 9 3 rd Plenary, draft reports, Institute of Jewish Affairs publication list, 1953
A53 10 3 rd Plenary, draft reports, 1953
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A54 1 3 rd Plenary, plenary materials to be published, 1953
A54 2 3 rd Plenary, publicity, photograph lists, reports, form letters, memos, Apr–Oct 1953
A54 3 3 rd Plenary, press releases (English, Yiddish, Spanish, German) 1953
A54 4 3 rd Plenary, Congress Digest articles (English, French, Spanish, Yiddish) 1953
A54 5 3 rd Plenary, Folk un Velt, Jun–Jul 1953
A54 6 3 rd Plenary, non-World Jewish Congress articles, 1953
A54 7 3 rd Plenary, circular letters, agenda, delegates, (English, French, Spanish, Yiddish) 1953
A54 8 3 rd Plenary, delegates, lists, correspondence, memos, map (English, French) 1953
A54 9 3 rd Plenary, preparations, Bickel, Yetta, memos, circulars, notes, (English, French, Spanish, Yiddish) 1953
A54 10 3 rd Plenary, preparations, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1952–1953
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A55 1 3 rd Plenary, preparatory materials, 1953
A55 2 3 rd Plenary, invitations and replies, 1953
A55 3 3 rd Plenary, Hyman, Abraham S., financial matters, 1953
A55 4 3 rd Plenary, preparation, travel and hotel reservations, 1953
A55 5 3 rd Plenary, correspondence, re: shipping publications/working papers to Geneva, Switzerland, 1953
A55 6 3 rd Plenary, distribution of mandates, correspondence, cables, 1953
A55 7 3 rd Plenary, executive correspondence, 1953
A55 8 3 rd Plenary, messages, 1953
A55 9 3 rd Plenary, resolutions, 1953
A55 10 3 rd Plenary, acknowledgments of speeches, 1953
A55 11 3 rd Plenary, preparations, Subcommittee on Assembly, 1953
A55 12 3 rd Plenary, Goldmann, Nahum, speech, 1953
A55 13 3 rd Plenary, Hyman, Abraham S., May–Jul 1953
A55 14 3 rd Plenary, Hyman, Abraham S., May–Jul 1953
A55 15 3 rd Plenary, Hyman, Abraham S., May–Jul 1953
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A56 1 3 rd Plenary, affiliate correspondence, Aden-Japan, organizations list, 1953
A56 2 3 rd Plenary, affiliate correspondence, Kenya-Yugoslavia, 1953
A56 3 3 rd Plenary, executive correspondence, 1953
A56 4 4 th Plenary, constitution, 1959
A56 5 4 th Plenary, Proceedings, 1959
A56 6 4 th Plenary, booklets I–IV, (resolutions and symposia) 1959
A56 7 4 th Plenary, Sieff, Israel M., report, Functioning of the WJC and recommendations regarding reorganization (English, Yiddish) 1959
A56 8 4 th Plenary, reports, 1959
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A57 1 4 th Plenary, mimeographed material list, 1959
A57 2 4 th Plenary, delegates, proceedings, rules, reports, constitution, resolutions, 1959
A57 3 4 th Plenary, speeches, press communiques, 1959
A57 4 4 th Plenary, summary record, 1959
A57 5 4 th Plenary, draft resolutions, 1959
A57 6 4 th Plenary, organization, rules, reports, resolutions, (French) 1959
A57 7 4 th Plenary, press communiques, speeches, (French) 1959
A57 8 4 th Plenary, summary records, (French) 1959
A57 9 4 th Plenary, resolutions, (Hebrew) 1959
A57 10 4 th Plenary, resolutions, (Spanish) 1959
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A58 1 4 th Plenary, press communiques, (Swedish) 1959
A58 2 4 th Plenary, orders, rules, reports, resolutions, (Yiddish) 1959
A58 3 4 th Plenary, press communiques, (Yiddish) 1959
A58 4 4 th Plenary, summary records, (Yiddish) 1959
A58 5 4 th Plenary, departmental reports, (1953–1959) 1959
A58 6 4 th Plenary, departmental reports, (1953–1959) (French) 1959
A58 7 4 th Plenary, departmental reports, (1953–1959) (Yiddish) 1959
A58 8 4 th Plenary, draft minutes, 1959
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A59 1 4 th Plenary, Proceedings, draft, 1963
A59 2 4 th Plenary, speakers, speech drafts, 1959
A59 3 4 th Plenary, publicity, Jacobs, Monty, 1959
A59 4 4 th Plenary, publicity, correspondence, publication invitations, 1959
A59 5 4 th Plenary, press releases, surveys, 1958–1959
A59 6 4 th Plenary, articles (English, Yiddish) 1959
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A60 1 4 th Plenary, preparations, circular letters, 1958–1959
A60 2 4 th Plenary, questionnaire, circular, response report, (English, Spanish) 1958–1959
A60 3 4 th Plenary, delegates, affiliated officers map, 1959
A60 4 4 th Plenary, agenda, correspondence, procedure rules, constitutional amendments, 1959
A60 5 4 th Plenary, preparations, Schwarzbart, Isaac, 1958–1959
A60 6 4 th Plenary, Schwarzbart, Isaac to Riegner, Gerhart M., 1959
A60 7 4 th Plenary, Robinson, Nehemiah, 1959
A60 8 4 th Plenary, correspondence, cables, 1959
A60 9 4 th Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, preparatory correspondence, 1958–1959
A60 10 4 th Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, preparatory correspondence, reports, 1959
A60 11 4 th Plenary, speaker invitations, 1959
A60 12 4 th Plenary, affiliate invitations, 1959
A60 13 4 th Plenary, invitations and replies, organizations and Russian communities, 1953; 1959
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A61 1 4 th Plenary, government invitations, 1959
A61 2 4 th Plenary, government invitations, 1959
A61 3 4 th Plenary, post-conference correspondence, publicity, reports, 1959–1961
A61 4 5 th Plenary, press releases, surveys (English, French, Spanish, Yiddish) 1966
A61 5 5 th Plenary, articles, press conference, 1966
A61 6 5 th Plenary, policy reports, action reports (1959–1966), (English, Spanish, Yiddish) 1966
A61 7 5 th Plenary, symposium speeches, (German) 1966–1967
A61 8 5 th Plenary, resolutions, decisions, constitution, 1966
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A62 1 5 th Plenary, summary records, resolutions, 1966
A62 2 5 th Plenary, speeches, symposia, 1966
A62 3 5 th Plenary, press communiques, 1966
A62 4 5 th Plenary, summary records, resolutions, (French) 1966
A62 5 5 th Plenary, speeches, (French) 1966
A62 6 5 th Plenary, speeches, Deutsche und Juden, (German) 1966
A62 7 5 th Plenary, summary records, resolutions, speeches, Yiddish) 1966
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A63 1 5 th Plenary, publicity, Jacobs, Monty, (English, French) 1966
A63 2 5 th Plenary, Beigel, Greta, (includes American delegates and organization commission) 1966
A63 3 5 th Plenary, speakers, correspondence, draft speeches, biographies, 1966
A63 4 5 th Plenary, agenda, 1966
A63 5 5 th Plenary, circular letters, 1966
A63 6 5 th Plenary, Melamet, Max, 1966
A63 7 5 th Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, preparatory correspondence, 1965–1966
A63 8 5 th Plenary, delegates, Jacobs, Monty, 1966
A63 9 5 th Plenary, reservations, Jacobs, Monty, 1966
A63 10 5 th Plenary, payments of half-fares to Brussels, correspondence, 1966
A63 11 5 th Plenary, post-conference correspondence and reports, Aug 1966–Jul 1969
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A64 1 6 th Plenary, Proceedings, constitution, delegates, workshops, 1975
A64 2 6 th Plenary, summary record, resolutions, 1975
A64 3 6 th Plenary, press communiques, 1975
A64 4 6 th Plenary, Proceedings, constitution, delegates, resolutions, (French) 1975
A64 5 6 th Plenary, speeches, debates, (French) 1975
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A65 1 6 th Plenary, Proceedings, constitution, delegates, (Hebrew) 1975
A65 2 6 th Plenary, summary record, resolutions, (Hebrew) 1975
A65 3 6 th Plenary, press communiques, (Hebrew) 1975
A65 4 6 th Plenary, Proceedings, constitution, delegates, workshops, (Spanish) 1975
A65 5 6 th Plenary, summary record, (Spanish) 1975
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A66 1 Inter-American Jewish Conference, speeches, (English, French) 1941
A66 2 Inter-American Jewish Conference, speeches, (Spanish, Yiddish) 1941
A66 3 Inter-American Jewish Conference, reports, 1941
A66 4 Inter-American Jewish Conference, Jews in Nazi Europe, Feb 1933 to Nov 1941, report, 1941
A66 5 Inter-American Jewish Conference, Jidn in Nazi Europa, Feb 1933 to Nov 1941, report, (Yiddish) 1941
A66 6 Inter-American Jewish Conference, press releases, (English, Yiddish) 24–26 Nov 1941
A66 7 Inter-American Jewish Conference, resolutions, delegates, agenda, (English, Spanish, Yiddish) 1941
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A67 1 War Emergency Conference, speeches, releases, 1942
A67 2 War Emergency Conference, Proceedings, pp. 1–255, 26–30 Nov 1944
A67 3 War Emergency Conference, Proceedings, pp. 256–413, 26–30 Nov 1944
A67 4 War Emergency Conference, Proceedings, pp. 414–572, 26–30 Nov 1944
A67 5 War Emergency Conference, summary of proceedings and memo re: publication, Dec 1944
A67 6 War Emergency Conference, resolutions (English, Spanish, French, Yiddish) 26–30 Nov 1944
A67 7 War Emergency Conference, statements, 1944
A67 8 War Emergency Conference, speeches (English, French, Yiddish) 1944
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A68 1 War Emergency Conference, Relief and Rehabilitation Department reports, (English, Yiddish) Nov 1944
A68 2 War Emergency Conference, reports, Kubowitzski, Aryeh L., 1944
A68 3 War Emergency Conference, reports, press cards, articles, 1944
A68 4 War Emergency Conference, releases, (English, Yiddish) 1944
A68 5 War Emergency Conference, cables, messages, Nov 1943–Aug 1944
A68 6 War Emergency Conference, cables, messages, Oct–Nov 1944
A68 7 War Emergency Conference, greetings, messages, correspondence, 1944
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A69 1 War Emergency Conference, cables, 1944
A69 2 War Emergency Conference, program committee, 1943–1944
A69 3 War Emergency Conference, circular letters, (English, Spanish, French, Yiddish) 1943–1944
A69 4 War Emergency Conference, cable sheets, publicity, Oct 1944–Apr 1945
A69 5 War Emergency Conference, Zuckerman, Baruch to Dworkin, Evlin, preparations correspondence, 1944
A69 6 War Emergency Conference, preparations, agenda, delegates, scheduling, correspondence, 1944
A69 7 War Emergency Conference, invitations, postponements, 1944
A69 8 War Emergency Conference, delegate lists, credentials committee, 1944
A69 9 War Emergency Conference, delegate biographies, 1944
A69 10 War Emergency Conference, delegates, information file, 1944
A69 11 War Emergency Conference, travel and air accommodation priorities for delegates, 1944
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A70 1 War Emergency Conference, memoranda, invitations, 1944
A70 2 War Emergency Conference, delegate speakers, guest invitations, credentials, 1944
A70 3 War Emergency Conference, delegates, American Jewish Congress National Affiliate Organization, correspondence, 1944
A70 4 War Emergency Conference, delegates, American Jewish Congress, 1944
A70 5 War Emergency Conference, American Jewish Congress, 1944
A70 6 War Emergency Conference, preparations, correspondence, memos, 1944
A70 7 War Emergency Conference, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., Jan–Feb 1944
A70 8 War Emergency Conference, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., Mar–May 1944
A70 9 War Emergency Conference, 1944
A70 10 War Emergency Conference, Knopfmacher, Kate, post-conference correspondence, 1944–1945
Subseries 4. Committees. 1940–1976.[33 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Contains materials pertaining to committee meetings (Office, Administrative, Executive). Minutes of the Office Committee are restricted. The Executive Committee files include material from the South American, European, and Israeli Branches of the Executive. Within the files for each committee/branch, materials are arranged chronologically.
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A71 1 Office Committee, minutes, 1940–1942
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A71 2 Office Committee, minutes, Jan–Jun 1944
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A71 3 Office Committee, minutes, Jul–Dec 1944
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A71 4 Office Committee, memos, Jan–Apr 1944
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A71 5 Office Committee, memos, May–Dec 1944
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A71 6 Office Committee, memos, (Relief and Rescue Department stencils) Mar–Dec 1944
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A71 7 Office Committee, minutes, memos re: North Africa, Nov 1944–1 Jul 1945
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A72 1 Office Committee, minutes, Jan–Mar 1945
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A72 2 Office Committee, minutes, Apr–Jun 1945
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A72 3 Office Committee, minutes, Jul–Dec 1945
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A72 4 Office Committee, minutes, memos, Jan 1945
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A72 5 Office Committee, minutes, memos, Feb–Mar 1945
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A72 6 Office Committee, minutes, memos, Apr–Jun 1945
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A73 1 Office Committee, minutes, memos, Jul 1945
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A73 2 Office Committee, minutes, memos, Aug–Sep 1945
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A73 3 Office Committee, minutes, correspondence, Oct–Dec 1945
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A73 4 Office Committee, stenciled memos, reports to Office Committee and Jewish Representation Committees, 1945
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A73 5 Office Committee, minutes subject index, Office Committee and other meetings, Dec 1945–Aug 1947
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A73 6 Office Committee, minutes subject index, Jan 1946–Jun 1947
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A73 7 Office Committee, minutes subject index, Jul–Dec 1947
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A73 8 Office Committee, minutes with index, Jan–Mar 1946
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A73 9 Office Committee, minutes with index, Apr–Jun 1946
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A74 1 Office Committee, minutes with index, Jul–Sep 1946
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A74 2 Office Committee, minutes with index, Oct–Dec 1946
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A74 3 Office Committee, memos, 1946–1948
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A74 4 Office Committee, minutes with index, Jan–Jun 1947
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A74 5 Office Committee, minutes with index, Jul–Dec 1947
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A74 6 Office Committee, minutes subject index, Jan–May 1948
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A74 7 Office Committee, minutes with index, Jan–Jun 1948
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A74 8 Office Committee, memos, reports, Jan–May 1948
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A74 9 Office Committee, minutes, Feb–Mar 1952
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A74 10 Office Committee, minutes, Oct 1953
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A74 11 Office Committee, minutes, Apr 1954
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A75 1 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, 1940–1943
A75 2 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, Feb–Mar 1944
A75 3 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, Apr–Jun 1944
A75 4 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, Apr–Oct 1945
A75 5 Administrative Committee, meeting, minutes, reports, 16 Dec 1945
A75 6 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, Feb–Mar 1946
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A76 1 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, 1960–1962
A76 2 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, 1963
A76 3 Administrative Committee, meetings, minutes, reports, 1964–1965
A76 4 World Jewish Congress- American Jewish Congress Liaison Committee, minutes, membership, 1941
A76 5 World Jewish Congress- American Jewish Congress Joint Fundraising Committees, minutes, 1943–1945
A76 6 World Jewish Congress- American Jewish Congress Joint Working Committee, minutes, agreement, 1946
A76 7 Campaign Committee minutes, 1947–1948
A76 8 Finance Committee, minutes, 1945–1948
A76 9 Budget and Finance Committee, minutes, Sep 1948–1951
A76 10 General Council, Office of Chairman, correspondence, 1949
A76 11 General Council, Marcus, Robert S. to Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1950
A76 12 General Council, Office of Chairman, correspondence re: Bialoposki, U.S. visitor visas, 1951
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A77 1 Governing Council, 1 st-6 th sessions, minutes, 1965–1967
A77 2 Governing Council, 7 th-8 th sessions, minutes, reports, 1968
A77 3 Governing Council, 9 th session, minutes, notes, resolutions, Jan 1969
A77 4 Governing Council, 10 th-12 th sessions, minutes, 1969–1971
A77 5 Governing Council, 10 th-14 th sessions, minutes, 1972
A77 6 Governing Council, 15 th-16 th sessions, minutes, resolutions, 1973
A77 7 Governing Council, 17 th-18 th sessions, resolutions, notices, reports, 1974
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A78 1 Special Relief Committee on China, 1946
A78 2 Committee of Five on Latin America, correspondence, minutes, memos, 1947–1951
A78 3 Department heads(Committee of Four), meetings, 1947–1958
A78 4 Executive Steering Committee, minutes, 1948–1949
A78 5 Emergency Planning — Subcommission on Emergency Measures, minutes, memos, 1950–1953
A78 6 Political Committee meetings, minutes, New York, 1961–1962
A78 7 Executive Committee on Organizational Problems, report, 1971
A78 8 Executive Committee on Reorganization, report, (English, Yiddish) Jun 1965
A78 9 Executive Committee, Report on study into furthering of WJC, Sieff, Israel M., Jul 1959
A78 10 Executive membership, 1948–1958
A78 11 Executive Committee cooptions (various countries and branches), 1948–1953
A78 12 Executive Committee, lists of affiliates, committees, distribution staff and other memberships, 1948–1950
A78 13 Executive Committee, minutes, 1940–1941
A78 14 Executive Committee, minutes, 1942–1943
A78 15 Executive Committee, minutes, 1944
A78 16 Executive Committee, minutes, 1945
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A79 1 Executive Committee report, displaced persons camps in Germany, Levick, H. and Efros, I., 1946
A79 2 Executive Committee, minutes, Knopfmacher, Kate, 1946
A79 3 Executive Committee, memos, 1946–1947
A79 4 Executive Committee, minutes subject index, Jul–Dec 1948
A79 5 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes Jun–Dec 1948
A79 6 Executive Committee, memos, 1948
A79 7 Executive Committee, American branch, memos, reports, correspondence, 1948–1949
A79 8 Executive Committee, Knopfmacher, Kate, correspondence, memos, 1948–1949
A79 9 Executive Committee, minutes subject index, Jan–Jun 1948
A79 10 Executive Committee, minutes subject index, Sep–Dec 1949
A79 11 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes with index no. 7–23, 1949
A79 12 Executive Committee, 1949
A79 13 Executive Committee, minutes subject index, 1950
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A80 1 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, no. 24–31, Jan–Jun 1950
A80 2 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, no. 31–37, Jul–Dec 1950
A80 3 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes subject index, 1951
A80 4 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, no. 38–50, 1951
A80 5 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes subject index, Jan–Jun 1952
A80 6 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, 1952
A80 7 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, 1953–1954
A80 8 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, 1955–1957
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A81 1 Executive Committee, minutes, no. 80–92, 1957–1959
A81 2 Executive Committee, Beigel, Greta, minutes, notes, Jan–Jun 1957
A81 3 Executive Committee, Beigel, Greta, drafts, minutes, notes, Oct–Dec 1957
A81 4 Executive Committee, Beigel, Greta, drafts, minutes, notes, Feb–May 1958
A81 5 Executive Committee, Beigel, Greta, drafts, minutes, notes, Oct 1958
A81 6 Executive Committee, Beigel, Greta, drafts, minutes, notes, Dec–Apr 1959
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A82 1 Key People Conference, agendas, minutes, 25 Sep–8 Oct 1947
A82 2 Key People Conference, draft proceedings, 25 Sep–8 Oct 1947
A82 3 Key People Conference, draft minutes, Greta Beigel, 1950
A82 4 Key People Conference, Beigel, Greta, notes, 1950
A82 5 Key People Conference, executive, 1950
A82 6 Key People Conference, special conference, 1950
A82 7 Key People Conference, Sep 1950
A82 8 Key People Conference, Schwarzbart, Isaac, 1950–1951
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A83 1 American section, plenary, council meetings, minutes, 1960–1966
A83 2 American section, plenary, council meetings, minutes, 1967–1969
A83 3 American section, plenary, council meetings, minutes, 1970–1975
A83 4 American section, Administrative Committee, minutes, 1963–1971
A83 5 American section, Nomination Committee, meeting, 1964
A83 6 American section, Subcommittee of Reorganization, minutes, 1966
A83 7 American section, Subcommittee on Colloquia, 1966–1967
A83 8 American section, Subcommittee on Structure and Program, Rothenberg, Nathaniel – Chairman, 1967–1970
A83 9 American section, Subcommittee on Representation, 1965–1966
A83 10 American section, receptions, luncheons, public meetings, and other special events, correspondence, lists, minutes, 1961–1971
A83 11 American section, luncheon meetings for overseas visitors, 1963–1966
A83 12 American section, luncheon, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 70 th birthday, 1965
A83 13 American section, USSR study mission, minutes, correspondence, 1967
A83 14 American section, leadership seminars, draft minutes, participants, releases, 1967–1969
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A84 1 American section, conference, 15 th Anniversary of Declaration of Human Rights, Jacobs, Monty, 8 Dec 1963
A84 2 American section meeting, 16 th Anniversary of Human Rights, Golsong, Herbert, 6 Dec 1964
A84 3 American section, public protest meeting re: genocide, 30 Nov 1965
A84 4 American section, public protest meeting re: genocide, speeches, 30 Nov 1965
A84 5 American section, Halprin, Rose, reports, 1969
A84 6 American section, statement to Large City Budgeting Conference, 1957
A84 7 American section, Bulletin, “Scope,” 1964–1967
A84 8 American section, Bulletin, 1 Mar 1966
A84 9 American section, newsletters, 1972–1976
A84 10 American section, affiliates and committee membership, 1962–1965
A84 11 American section, affiliates' dues, 1965
A84 12 American section, affiliate correspondence, A–M, 1962–1966
A84 13 American section, affiliate correspondence, N–Z, 1962–1966
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A85 1 American section, affiliate correspondence, 1961–1965
A85 2 American section, Druckman, Abraham M., 1963–1965
A85 3 American section, Nussbaum, Max, 1968–1971
A85 4 American section, Nussbaum, Max, 1972–1974
A85 5 American section, Jacobs, Monty, 1962–1967
A85 6 American section, Melamet, Max, nearprint file, 1963–1976
A85 7 American section, Beigel, Greta, nearprint file, 1964–1967
A85 8 North American Division Executive, memberships, 1961–1966
A85 9 North American Division Executive, meetings, minutes, agendas, invitations, 1959–1969
A85 10 North American Division Executive, International Affairs Committee, minutes, 1969
A85 11 North American Division, 1 st National Board Meeting, 28 Feb 1961
A85 12 North American Division Executive, memos, reports, 1960–1964
A85 13 North American Division, bulletins no. 1–11, special bulletins, Oct 1960–Jul 1962
A85 14 North American Division Executive, correspondence, memos re: meetings, 1959–1961
A85 15 North American Division Executive, Jacobs, Monty, re: luncheon for Perlzweig, Maurice L., 70 th Birthday, 1965–1966
A85 16 North American Division Executive, Bronfman, Samuel, correspondence, draft speeches, reports, 1961–1966
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A86 1 1 st Latin-American Conference, preparations, correspondence, 1946–1947
A86 2 1 st Latin-American Conference, preparations, correspondence, 1947–1948
A86 3 1 st Latin-American Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 29 Jun–2 Jul 1947
A86 4 1 st Latin-American Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 29 Jun–2 Jul 1947, kit for Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1947
A86 5 South American Executive, meetings, 1951–1962
A86 6 Pro-Israel Latin-American conference, Montevideo, Mar 1956, Hyman, Abraham S., 1955–1956
A86 7 3 rd South American Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4–8 Jul 1958, resolutions, reports, 1958–1959
A86 8 1 st Central American Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, 9–12 Apr 1950 (canceled) 1958–1959
A86 9 South American Executive, 3 rd Plenary Session, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 11–13 Feb 1961, minutes, 1961
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A87 1 1 st Central American-Caribbean Conference, messages, releases, Mexico City, Mexico, 10–12 Mar 1962
A87 2 1 st Central American-Caribbean Conference, agenda, minutes, resolutions, delegates, 1962
A87 3 1 st Central American-Caribbean Conference, Jacobs, Monty, correspondence, preparatory materials, 1962
A87 4 4 th Conference of Jewish Communities in Latin America, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 22–25 Oct 1962, releases, 1962–1963
A87 5 2 nd Extraordinary Inter-American Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 15–30 Nov 1965, report, Brazil, 1965
A87 6 5 th Conference of Jewish Communities in Latin America, Montevideo, Jun 1967, invitations, 1967
A87 7 Latin America and the Future of its Jewish Communities, Experts Conference, New York City, 3–4 Jun 1972
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A88 1 European Branch Executive, minutes, 1948–1975
A88 2 European Branch Executive, minutes, no. 1–45, 1948–1949
A88 3 European Branch Executive, minutes, no. 46–118, 1950–1952
A88 4 European Branch Executive, minutes, no. 119–178, 1953–1954
A88 5 European Branch Executive, minutes, no. 179–219, 1955–1973
A88 6 European Branch, 1948
A88 7 European Branch Executive meeting, Aug 1949
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A89 1 European Branch Executive meeting, Aug 1949; Schwarzbart, Isaac, 1949
A89 2 European Branch Executive, meetings, 1952–1969
A89 3 European Branch Executive, minutes, 1948–1957
A89 4 European Branch, Schwarzbart, Isaac to Serebrenik, Robert S., 1949–1950
A89 5 European Branch, Schwarzbart, Isaac to Serebrenik, Robert S., 1951
A89 6 European Branch, Schwarzbart, Isaac to Serebrenik, Robert S., 1952–1953
A89 7 European Branch, Schwarzbart, Isaac, 1951–1965
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A90 1 European Branch, Special European Conference, documents, London, England, 1945
A90 2 European Branch, Special European Conference, speeches, London, England, 1945
A90 3 European Branch, Special European Conference, reports, messages, London, England, 1945
A90 4 European Branch, Special European Conference, releases, London, England, 1945–1946
A90 5 European Branch Executive, 1950
A90 6 European Conference of the World Jewish Congress, London, England, 29 Jun–1 Jul 1952
A90 7 European Conference of the World Jewish Congress, London, England, 29 Jun–1 Jul 1952
A90 8 European Branch, International Conference, Emergency Conference, sponsored by the Jewish Agency for Palestine, 10 Mar 1953
A90 9 European Executive meeting, Netherlands, Jun 1955
A90 10 Special European Conference of the World Jewish Congress re: anti-Semitism, Brussels, Belgium, 29 Mar 1960
A90 11 European Branch, compiled material on anti-Semitism, Aug 1962
A90 12 European Conference of Jewish Communities, addresses, statements, 1973; 1975
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A91 1 1 st Session, European Consultative Council, correspondence, releases, Paris, France, 1946
A91 2 1 st Session, European Consultative Council, correspondence, reports, Paris, France, 1946–1947
A91 3 1 st Session, European Consultative Council, cables, Paris, France, 1946–1947
A91 4 European Consultative Council, correspondence, reports, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1946–1947
A91 5 European Consultative Council, correspondence, Prague, Czechoslovakia, May–Dec 1947
A91 6 European Branch executive minutes, France 1948–1951
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A92 1 European Branch Executive, minutes, France, 1952–1954
A92 2 European Branch Executive, minutes, France, 1955–1958
A92 3 National Conference of French Section, minutes, resolutions, reports, 1958–1959
A92 4 European Executive, Paris, correspondence, 1951–1953
A92 5 Israeli Branch Executive, meetings, lists, 1949–1951
A92 6 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1949
A92 7 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1950
A92 8 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1951–1953
A92 9 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1954–1955
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A93 1 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1956–1957
A93 2 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1958–1960
A93 3 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1961–1966
A93 4 Israeli Branch Executive Committee, minutes, 1967–1969
A93 5 Israeli Branch Executive, meetings, minutes, 1947–1968
A93 6 Israeli Branch Executive, Schwarzbart, Isaac, Feb 1949–1951
A93 7 Israeli Branch Executive, Schwarzbart, Isaac, Feb 1951–1953
A93 8 Israeli Branch, Executive, 1949–1964
A93 9 Israeli Branch, Executive activities report, Oct 1948–Sep 1951
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A94 1 World Executive, Schwarzbart, Isaac, 1949–1951
A94 2 World Executive, Schwarzbart, Isaac, Jun 1948–Dec 1950
A94 3 World Executive, Schwarzbart, Isaac, 1951–1953
A94 4 World Executive, representation, 1965–1967
A94 5 World Executive Plenary, Information Department report, 1949 Geneva, Switzerland, 10–14 Sep 1951
A94 6 World Executive Plenary, minutes, report, speeches, Geneva, Switzerland, 1951
A94 7 World Executive Plenary, resolutions, Geneva, Switzerland, 1951
A94 8 World Executive Plenary, conference reports, Geneva, Switzerland, 1951
A94 9 World Executive Plenary, Perlzweig, Maurice L., Geneva, Switzerland, 1951
A94 10 World Executive Plenary, releases, Geneva, Switzerland, 1951–1952
A94 11 World Executive Plenary (cancelled) correspondence, circulars, Geneva, Switzerland, Aug 1952
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A95 1 World Executive Plenary, minutes, background material, Paris, France, Jan 1955
A95 2 World Executive Plenary, resolutions, releases, Paris, France, Jan 1955
A95 3 World Executive Plenary, correspondence, reports, Paris, France, 1955
A95 4 World Executive Plenary, minutes, London, England, Jan 1956
A95 5 World Executive Plenary, agenda, background materials, London England (English, Yiddish) 1956
A95 6 World Executive Plenary, Hyman, Abraham S., preparations correspondence, London, England, 1955–1956
A95 7 World Executive Plenary, Hyman, Abraham S., programs, resolutions, 1955–1956
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A96 1 World Executive Plenary, publicity, correspondence, London, England, 1956
A96 2 World Executive Plenary, articles, releases, London, England, 1956
A96 3 World Executive Plenary, clippings lists, London, England, 1956
A96 4 World Executive Plenary, agenda, background material, minutes, London, England, May 1957
A96 5 World Executive Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, working files, London, England, 1957
A96 6 World Executive Plenary, resolutions, participants, circulars, reports, London, England, 1957
A96 7 World Executive Plenary, Jacobs, Monty to Perlzweig, Maurice L., London, England, 1957
A96 8 World Executive Plenary, preparatory work, London, England, 1956–1957
A96 9 World Executive Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, London, England, 1956–1957
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A97 1 World Executive Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, London, England, 1956–1957
A97 2 World Executive Plenary, releases, articles, London, England, 1957
A97 3 World Executive Plenary, minutes, draft, delegates, agenda, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French) 23–28 Jul 1958
A97 4 World Executive Plenary, resolutions, Geneva, Switzerland (English, French, Yiddish) Jul 1958
A97 5 World Executive Plenary, speeches, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French), Jul 1958
A97 6 World Executive Plenary, reports, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French), Jul 1958
A97 7 World Executive Plenary reports, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French) Jul 1958
A97 8 World Executive Plenary, preparations, invitations, form letters, delegates, speeches, and reports, Jul 1958
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A98 1 World Executive Plenary, delegates, correspondence, lists, Geneva, Switzerland, 1953–1958
A98 2 World Executive Plenary, correspondence, Geneva, Switzerland, 1958–1959
A98 3 World Executive Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, minutes, publicity, Geneva, Switzerland, 1958
A98 4 World Executive Plenary, articles, Geneva, Switzerland, 1958
A98 5 World Executive Plenary, releases (English, French, Yiddish), 1958
A98 6 World Executive Plenary, minutes, resolutions, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French, Yiddish) 20–23 Aug 1961
A98 7 World Executive Plenary, closing session, Geneva, Switzerland, Aug 1961
A98 8 World Executive Plenary, 25 Years, 1936–1961, pamphlet, 1961
A98 9 World Executive Plenary, speeches, Geneva, Switzerland (English, French, Yiddish) Aug 1961
A98 10 World Executive Plenary, agenda, points list, invitations, Geneva, Switzerland, Aug 1961
A98 11 World Executive Plenary, correspondence, minutes, Geneva, Switzerland, Aug 1961
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A99 1 World Executive Plenary, Organizational/Cultural Department reports, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French, Yiddish) 1961
A99 2 World Executive Plenary, Political Department reports, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French, Yiddish) 1961
A99 3 World Executive Plenary, preparation correspondence, Geneva, Switzerland, Aug 1961
A99 4 World Executive Plenary, invitations correspondence, Geneva, Switzerland, 1961
A99 5 World Executive Plenary, publicity correspondence, Geneva, Switzerland, 1961
A99 6 World Executive Plenary, background notes, releases, messages Geneva, Switzerland, (English, French, Yiddish) 1961
A99 7 World Executive Plenary, press releases, drafts, Geneva, Switzerland, 1961–1962
A99 8 World Executive Plenary, Congress Digest articles, Geneva, Switzerland, (English, Spanish, French, Yiddish) 1961
A99 9 World Executive Plenary, 25 th anniversary celebration, articles, 1961–1962
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A100 1 World Executive Plenary, minutes, Jerusalem, Israel, 12–16 Jul 1964
A100 2 World Executive Plenary, resolutions, Jerusalem, Israel, Jul 1964
A100 3 World Executive Plenary, speeches, Jerusalem, Israel, Jul 1964
A100 4 World Executive Plenary, Cultural Department 1961–1964 report, Jerusalem, Israel (English, French, Hebrew, Yiddish) 1964
A100 5 World Executive Plenary, Institute of Jewish Affairs 1961–1964 report, Jerusalem, Israel (English, French, Hebrew, Yiddish) 1964
A100 6 World Executive Plenary, International Affairs Department 1961–1964 report, Jerusalem, Israel, 1964
A100 7 World Executive Plenary, International Department 1961–1964 report, Jerusalem, Israel, (English, French, Hebrew, Yiddish) 1964
A100 8 World Executive Plenary, Organization Department 1961–1964 report, Jerusalem, Israel, (English, Hebrew, Yiddish) 1964
A100 9 World Executive Plenary, Jacobs, Monty, publicity, correspondence, Jerusalem, Israel, 1961–1965
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A101 1 World Executive Plenary, minutes, Strasbourg, France, 11–15 Jul 1965
A101 2 World Executive Plenary resolutions, Strasbourg, France, (English, Spanish) Jul 1965
A101 3 World Executive Plenary, departmental reports, Strasbourg, France, (English, French) Jul 1965
A101 4 World Executive Plenary, reports, Strasbourg, France, Jul 1965
A101 5 World Executive Plenary, speeches, Strasbourg, France, Jul 1965
A101 6 World Executive Plenary, press coverage, Strasbourg, France, Jul 1965
A101 7 World Executive Plenary resolutions, reports, publicity, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Jan 1970
A101 8 World Executive Plenary, articles, Jerusalem, Israel, Jul 1973
A101 9 Coordinating Committee, correspondence, minutes, reports, 1953–1954
A101 10 Coordinating Committee, Zurich, Switzerland, minutes, 4–5 Aug 1954
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A102 1 Coordinating Committee, 1955–1958
A102 2 Expansion Committee, 1955
A102 3 Expansion Committee, 1956
A102 4 Expansion Committee, creation of World Jewish body, 1957
A102 5 Rome Conference, Coordinating Committee and Conference of Jewish Organizations meeting, Jan 1958
A102 6 Coordinating Committee, Conference of Jewish Materials Claims Against Germany, Conference of Jewish Organizations, New York City, May 1958, and London, Oct 1958
A102 7 Council of Jewish Organizations, meeting, Jan 1959
A102 8 Coordinating Committee, meeting, 1959
A102 9 Council of Jewish Organizations, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1958–1960
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A103 1 Council of Jewish Organizations, Perlzweig, Maurice L.1961–1965
A103 2 Council of Jewish Organizations, education, 1960–1967
A103 3 Council of Jewish Organizations, nearprint, 1961–1968
A103 4 Council of Jewish Organizations, meeting, documents, Geneva, Switzerland, 7–9 Jul 1971
A103 5 Council of Jewish Organizations, meeting, documents, Geneva, Switzerland 7–10 Jul 1972
A103 6 Council of Jewish Organizations, reports, 1967–1969
A103 7 Council of Jewish Organizations, reports, 1971–1976
A103 8 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, 1955–1970
Series B. Political Department/Department of International Affairs and United Nations. 1919–1977. (bulk 1940s-1960s)[146 Hollinger boxes (58.4 linear feet)]
Historical Note: The Political Department was established in 1936 under Nahum Goldmann and Marc Jarblum in Paris, the Political Department was charged with the protection of the basic rights and freedoms of Jews in the political and diplomatic fields. Conditions resulting from the rise of Hitler, however, created for the Department the additional task of obtaining political relief for refugees. Following the move of the WJC's main office to New York in 1940, Maurice L. Perlzweig was named director of the Political Department. In 1947, Perlzweig became permanent representative from the WJC to the United Nations and Robert S. Marcus took over as political director. Following Marcus' death in 1951, Perlzweig resumed direction of the newly renamed Department of International Affairs and United Nations (New York Branch) and continued in that capacity until his retirement in 1974. The New York branch of the Department of International Affairs concentrated on the western hemisphere, while the London branch (directed by Alexander L. Easterman) covered the eastern hemisphere.
The Political Department represented the WJC with governments and international organizations such as the United Nations, the Organization of American States, and the Council of Europe. Departmental activities included intervening with individual governments, acquiring and maintaining a special status with the United Nations, appearing before international courts, and educating the public and governments on matters of Jewish interest. These activities are reflected in subjects dealt with in Series B., including anti-Semitism, human rights, migration, minorities, genocide, statelessness, prosecution of war crimes, relations between Christians and Jews, peace and disarmament, reparations, the situation of Jews in specific countries (notably the USSR and North Africa). Materials in this series include correspondence, reports, memos, publications, releases, mimeographed materials, and submissions.
Scope and Content Note: Contains files of the Political Department of the WJC in New York City.
Arrangement Note: Divided into four subseries:
Subseries 1. Executive Files. 1919–1977.[46 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of executive office files of the Political Department. This subseries contains papers of three persons: Maurice L. Perlzweig, Robert S. Marcus, and Oscar Karbach. The Perlzweig papers contain 35 boxes spanning the years 1919–1977 and contains extensive files on the activities of the Political Department during this time. Maurice L. Perlzweig's papers also include personal materials, especially from his career as a rabbi in London (ca. 1919–1940) and Toronto (1947–1949). The Robert S. Marcus papers, 1932–1933 and 1937–1951, are five boxes and include alphabetical files of special assistance cases for persons seeking assistance with immigration/visa problems during the years 1946–1948. The Oscar Karbach files cover the years 1942–1960 and consist of five boxes of correspondence and publications.
Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1919–1977
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B1 1 Correspondence, 1940
B1 2 Correspondence, Jan–Nov 1941
B1 3 Correspondence, Dec 1941
B1 4 Correspondence, 1942
B1 5 Correspondence, Jan–Jun 1943
B1 6 Correspondence, Jul–Dec 1943
B1 7 Correspondence, 1944
B1 8 Correspondence, 1945
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B2 1 Correspondence, 1946
B2 2 Correspondence, Jan–Apr 1947
B2 3 Correspondence, May–Dec 1947
B2 4 Correspondence, 1948
B2 5 Correspondence, 1949
B2 6 Correspondence, 1950
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B3 1 Correspondence, Jan–Mar 1951
B3 2 Correspondence, Apr–Jun 1951
B3 3 Correspondence, Jul–Dec 1951
B3 4 Correspondence, 1952
B3 5 Correspondence, 1953
B3 6 Correspondence, 1954
B3 7 Correspondence, 1955
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B4 1 Correspondence, 1956
B4 2 Correspondence, 1957
B4 3 Correspondence, 1958
B4 4 Correspondence, 1959
B4 5 Correspondence, Jan–Jul 1960
B4 6 Correspondence, Aug–Dec 1960
B4 7 Correspondence, 1961
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B5 1 Correspondence, 1962
B5 2 Correspondence, 1963
B5 3 Correspondence, 1964
B5 4 Correspondence, Jan–May 1965
B5 5 Correspondence, Jun 1965
B5 6 Correspondence, Jul 1965
B5 7 Correspondence, Aug–Oct 1965
B5 8 Correspondence, Nov–Dec 1965
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B6 1 Correspondence, Jan 1966
B6 2 Correspondence, Feb 1966
B6 3 Correspondence, Mar 1966
B6 4 Correspondence, Apr–Jun 1966
B6 5 Correspondence, Jul–Dec 1966
B6 6 Correspondence, Jan–Apr 1967
B6 7 Correspondence, May–Oct 1967
B6 8 Correspondence, Nov–Dec 1967
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B7 1 Correspondence, Jan–Mar 1968
B7 2 Correspondence, Apr–Dec 1968
B7 3 Correspondence, 1969
B7 4 Correspondence, 1971–1972; 1977
B7 5 Advisory Council for Relief and Rehabilitation, 1941–1944
B7 6 Committee for Relief of War Stricken Jewish Population, 1940–1941
B7 7 Committee on Post-War Population Resettlement, 1943
B7 8 Committee on Relief and Rehabilitation, 1942–1944
B7 9 Executive Committee, 1949–1951
B7 10 Executive Committee, 1956–1961
B7 11 Executive Committee, 1967
B7 12 European Executive and General Council, 1949–1950
B7 13 Finance Committee, 1951
B7 14 Geneva office, 1942–1943
B7 15 Geneva office, 1959–1962
B7 16 Institute of Jewish Affairs, origins report, 1941
B7 17 International Advisory Council, Reading, Eva, meeting, 1961
B7 18 London office, 1950–1959
B7 19 London office, 1959; 1961
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B8 1 Paris office, 1957
B8 2 Paris office, 1961
B8 3 Paris office, 1962–1963
B8 4 Becker, Fritz (Rome), 1961–1968
B8 5 Easterman, Alexander L., 1951–1954
B8 6 Easterman, Alexander L., 1962–1966
B8 7 Easterman, Alexander L., 1967–1968
B8 8 Ebstein, Yehuda, 1960–1962
B8 9 Hyman, Abraham S., 1953–1954
B8 10 Hyman, Abraham S., 1955
B8 11 Hyman, Abraham S., 1956–1959
B8 12 Jacobs, Monty, 1959–1961
B8 13 Kaplan, Armand, 1955
B8 14 Kaplan, Armand, 1960
B8 15 Knappstein, Heinrich, Undated
B8 16 Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1947–1949
B8 17 Lerner, Nathan, 1963
B8 18 Levenburg, S., 1965
B8 19 Linton, J.L., 1966
B8 20 Maslow, Will, 1956–1961
B8 21 Prinz, Joachim, 1967
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B9 1 Pulverman, Wolfgang, 1958–1963
B9 2 Pulverman, Wolfgang, 1964–1969
B9 3 Reading, Eva, 1951
B9 4 Schwartzbart, Isaac, 1942
B9 5 Silverman, Ida, to Wise, Stephen S., 1941
B9 6 Thant, U, 1967
B9 7 Australia, including Gardner and Leibler, 1966–1967
B9 8 Austria, de-Nazification, socialism revival, 1945–1950
B9 9 Austria, de-Nazification, 1949
B9 10 Austria, State Department, 1949–1950
B9 11 Austria, periodical de-Nazification, 1949–1951
B9 12 Austria, Stiassny reports, 1950
B9 13 Austria, 1950–1952
B9 14 Austria, 1952
B9 15 Austria, 1953
B9 16 Austria, 1966–1968
B9 17 Brazil, 1952
B9 18 Czechoslovakia, 1968
B9 19 Eastern Europe, 1967–1976
B9 20 Germany, de-Nazification, Neue Politik, 1948–1950
B9 21 Germany, de-Nazification, 1948–1950
B9 22 Germany, Tripartite Conference, Jul 1950
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B10 1 Germany, Sep 1950
B10 2 Germany, 1950–1951
B10 3 Germany, 1953
B10 4 Great Britain, British section, 1941
B10 5 Great Britain, Goldin family visa, 1941
B10 6 Great Britian, British section, 1949; 1951
B10 7 Great Britain, British section, 1949–1951
B10 8 Greece, 1966–1967
B10 9 Greece, 1968
B10 10 India, 1961–1966
B10 11 Israel (also mission members and consulate), 1967–1968
B10 12 Latin America, Inter-American Council on Latin America, 1942–1946
B10 13 Latin America, 1967
B10 14 Mexico, 1949; 1951
B10 15 Mexico, 1967
B10 16 Morocco, 1950–1951
B10 17 Morocco, 1967
B10 18 New Zealand, 1949–1950
B10 19 Nicaragua, 1959
B10 20 North Africa, 1951
B10 21 North Africa, 1958–1960
B10 22 Peru, San Marcos University speech, 1951
B10 23 Poland, 1946–1949
B10 24 Poland, 1950–1956
B10 25 Poland, visa correspondence, 1947
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B11 1 Poland, survey correspondence, 1947–1953
B11 2 Poland, 1967
B11 3 Poland, reports, 1967–1968
B11 4 Romania, 1954
B11 5 Romania, 1968
B11 6 South America, 1968
B11 7 Spain, 1950–1951
B11 8 Spain-United States relations, 1954
B11 9 Spain, 1967
B11 10 Spain, Spanish ambassador correspondence, 1967–1968
B11 11 Spanish Morocco, 1950–1951
B11 12 Sweden, 1949–1950
B11 13 Switzerland, 1945–1949
B11 14 Switzerland, 1950–1955
B11 15 Trinidad, 1951
B11 16 Turkey, 1944–1958
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B12 1 United States, 1942–1943; 1950–1959
B12 2 USSR, 1941–1942; 1949
B12 3 USSR, 1955–1959
B12 4 USSR, New York Forward article translation, 1956–1957
B12 5 USSR, 1960–1964
B12 6 USSR, newsclippings, 1965–1966
B12 7 Venezuela, 1965
B12 8 Yugoslavia, 1952
B12 9 Yugoslavia, 1968
B12 10 American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1968
B12 11 American Jewish Congress, 1942–1943
B12 12 American Jewish Congress, Springfield, Massachusetts 1942–1943
B12 13 Anti-Slavery League for the Protection of Human Rights, United Nations, 1967–1968
B12 14 B'nai B'rith, 1967
B12 15 Bureau Internationale de la Paix, 1965–1968
B12 16 Inter-American Jewish Council, 1941–1943
B12 17 International Commission of Jurists, 1966–1967
B12 18 International League for the Rights of Man, 1968
B12 19 Jewish Board of Deputies, Trades Advisory Council, 1941
B12 20 Jewish War Veterans, 1965
B12 21 National Council of Christians and Jews, 1951
B12 22 Organization of American States, 1961–1967
B12 23 Russian War Relief, Inc., 1941–1944
B12 24 Synagogue Council of America, 1943
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B13 1 United Jewish Educational and Cultural Organization, 1947
B13 2 United Nations, 1950–1952
B13 3 United Nations, Jun–Sep 1967
B13 4 United Nations, Arab countries, 1947–1950, 1958
B13 5 United Nations, Conference of Jewish Organizations and office minutes, Jun–Aug 1967
B13 6 United Nations, Hammarskjold, Dag, re: Egypt, Gaza, Israel, 1956–1959
B13 7 United Nations, High Commission on Human Rights, 1964–1967
B13 8 United Nations, human rights, 1965
B13 9 United Nations, non-governmental organizations, 1962
B13 10 United Nations, non-governmental organizations, 1967–1968
B13 11 United Nations, relief and rehabilitation, 1944
B13 12 United Nations, relief and rehabilitation, 1944–1945
B13 13 United Nations, Salem, Armand, 1963–1964
B13 14 United Nations, status of women, 1957
B13 15 United Nations, Third Committee, 1962
B13 16 United Nations, The War and Films, 1943
B13 17 United Nations, United States Mission to United Nations, 1964
B13 18 United Nations, War and Peace Aims, Jan 1943
B13 19 United Nations, World Jewish Congress Economic and Social Council status, May 1969
B13 20 United States Civil Service, subversive organizations, 1948–1949
B13 21 World Assembly for Human Rights, 1967–1968
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B14 1 World Council of Churches, 1961
B14 2 World Federation of the Bergen Belsen Associations, 1968
B14 3 World Federation of United Nations Associations, 1968
B14 4 World Parliament of Religions, 1956
B14 5 World Veterans Association, 1964; 1967
B14 6 Anti-Semitism, American Jewish Congress, “Chart of Recent World-Wide Anti-Semitic Defacements,” Jan 1960
B14 7 Anti-Semitism, incidents, Oct–Nov 1960
B14 8 Anti-Semitism, Arendt, Hannah, on Eichmann, Adolf, clippings, 1960–1963
B14 9 Anti-Semitism, Arendt, Hannah, on Eichmann, Adolf, clippings, 1964–1968
B14 10 Anti-Semitism, B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League, Undated
B14 11 Anti-Semitism, Bolivia, statutes, 1942
B14 12 Anti-Semitism, Bulletin on Anti-Semitic Incidents, 1968–1971
B14 13 Anti-Semitism, Bulletin on Anti-Semitic Incidents, 1971–1974
B14 14 Anti-Semitism, Chile, memos, correspondence, 1943–1945
B14 15 Anti-Semitism, discrimination, 1946–1962
B14 16 Anti-Semitism, Eastern European claims, 1949–1950
B14 17 Anti-Semitism, Eastern Europe, 1956
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B15 1 Anti-Semitism, Eichmann, Adolf (also Aberg, Einar), 1954
B15 2 Anti-Semitism, prisoner exchange, 1942–1944
B15 3 Anti-Semitism, Gutman Bill; Wagner Bill, New York state Legislature, 1941
B15 4 Anti-Semitism, Henry Ford Must Choose, ca. 1941
B15 5 Anti-Semitism, Hyman, Abraham S., Anselm Forum, crucifix, 1955
B15 6 Anti-Semitism, International Red Cross, 1952
B15 7 Anti-Semitism, Italy, 1952
B15 8 Anti-Semitism, World Jewish Congress British section, Legal Curbs on Racial Incitement; Legislation in Other Countries, 1962
B15 9 Anti-Semitism, Lengyel, Emil, Morocco, 1958
B15 10 Anti-Semitism, Maslow, Will, group libel statement, Jul 1959
B15 11 Anti-Semitism, Near East, 1956–1958
B15 12 Anti-Semitism, Negro-Jewish relations, 1968
B15 13 Anti-Semitism, New York State Senate Act — Protection of Religious Institutions and United States House of Representatives war crimes resolution, 1944–1945
B15 14 Anti-Semitism, Prinz, Joachim, re: Aramco discrimination case, 1962
B15 15 Anti-Semitism, publications, 1940; 1954–1958
B15 16 Anti-Semitism, publications, 1960; 1965
B15 17 Anti-Semitism, The New Nazi Nationale, Undated
B15 18 Anti-Semitism, reports, 1953; 1959–1962
B15 19 Anti-Semitism, United Nations Third Committee, 1967
B15 20 Anti-Semitism, United States (American Nazi Party), 1958–1966
B15 21 Anti-Semitism, Wise, Justine W., to Goldmann, Nahum, 1942–1944
B15 22 Anti-Semitism, WJC Activities on Anti-Discrimination Since June 1946, May 1947
B15 23 Anti-Semitism, World Jewish Congress Relief Committee, 1940–1942
B15 24 Anti-Semitism, 1946–1969
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B16 1 Arab boycott, 1956
B16 2 Boycott of France, Feb 1969
B16 3 Calendar reform, clippings, 1954–1955
B16 4 Committee of the Central Conference, 1941
B16 5 Complaints at United Nations, 1958
B16 6 Displaced persons, 1946–1948
B16 7 Displaced persons, Loew, Andreas, 1950
B16 8 Eichmann, Adolf1960–1965
B16 9 Emergency measures (including archives), 1950–1951
B16 10 Fifteenth Anniversary of the United Nations declaration of human rights, test of World Jewish Congress statement, 1963
B16 11 Foreign Agents Registration Act, 1964
B16 12 Freedom of marriage, Undated
B16 13 Fundraising, June 12, 1968
B16 14 Iranian Holiday, 2500 th Anniversary of Cyrus the Great, 1954–1961
B16 15 Jewish Center for the United Nations, 1965–1966
B16 16 Jewish seven, 1972
B16 17 Jewish situation in Moslem countries, index,
[Note: this index provides the organizational scheme for the following section to B20/13]
B16 18 Jews in Aden, 1947–1949
B16 19 Jews in Aden, 1947–1958
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B17 1 Jews in Aden, Jewish Emergency Committee, 1947–1950
B17 2 Jews in Aden, Jewish Emergency Committee, 1947–1949
B17 3 Jews in Afghanistan, situation report, 1948–1950
B17 4 Jews in Abyssinia, situation report, 1950
B17 5 Balfour Day, 2 November, possibility of incidents, 1947
B17 6 Jews in Bahrein, situation report, 1948, 1953
B17 7 Jews in Bukhara ( USSR), situation report, 1948
B17 8 Jews in Egypt, 1957–1958
B17 9 Jews in Egypt, 1955–1957
B17 10 Jews in Egypt, clippings, 1957–1959
B17 11 Jews in Egypt, periodicals, 1958–1959
B17 12 Jews in Egypt, American Jewish Committee: A Report on the Jewish Situation in Egypt, Jan 1949
B17 13 Jews in Egypt, regional situation report, 1948–1952
B17 14 Jews in Egypt, publications, correspondence, 1948, 1950, 1956–1957
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B18 1 Jews in Egypt, publications, correspondence, 1957
B18 2 Jews in Egypt, 1956–Mar 1957
B18 3 Jews in Egypt, Apr 1957–Nov 1958
B18 4 Jews in Egypt, Moslem anti-Semitism, 1948–1950
B18 5 Jews in Egypt, application for reconstruction loan, 1949
B18 6 Jews in Egypt, Egypt-Israel crisis, 1956
B18 7 Jews in Egypt, Egypt-Israel crisis, 1957
B18 8 Jews in Egypt, situation report, 1956–1957
B18 9 Jews in Indonesia, situation report, 1949–1956
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B19 1 Jews in Iran, situation report, 1947–1949
B19 2 Jews in Iraq, situation report, 1957
B19 3 Jews in Iraq, memos, 1948–1954
B19 4 Jews in Iraq, bombing of American Information Centre, 1951
B19 5 Jews in Iraq, bombing American Information Centre, 1952
B19 6 Jews in Iraq, clippings, news releases, 1948–1960
B19 7 Jews in Iraq, situation report, 1947–1949
B19 8 Jews in Iraq, situation report, 1950–1951
B19 9 Jews in Kuwait, situation report, 1948–1956
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B20 1 Jews in Lebanon, situation report, 1947–1958
B20 2 Jews in Jordan, situation report, 1956–1957
B20 3 Jews in Saudi Arabia, situation report, Jan–May 1952
B20 4 Jews in Saudi Arabia, situation report, Jun–Dec 1952
B20 5 Jews in Pakistan, situation report, 1947–1958
B20 6 Jews in Saudi Arabia, situation report, 1952; 1956–1959
B20 7 Jews in Syria, situation report, 1947–1957
B20 8 Jews in Spanish Morocco, situation report, 1949
B20 9 Jews in Turkey, situation report, 1948
B20 10 Jews in Sudan, situation report, 1953, 1957
B20 11 Jews in Tripolitania, situation report, 1948–1949; 1959
B20 12 Jews in Yemen, situation report, 1948–1949; 1952
B20 13 Index of Jews in Moslem countries: approaches to problems, 1958
[Note: this index provides the organizational scheme for the following section to B23/2]
B20 14 Arab boycott, vol. II of 1958, 1958–1959
B20 15 Agenda for Action, by Warburg, James P. (United States policy in Middle East), 1957
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B21 1 Arab boycott of 1956, 1951–1957
B21 2 Arab boycott, publicity, 1956–1957
B21 3 Arab boycott, reports, 1950–1954
B21 4 Arab refugees, reports, 1948–1959
B21 5 The Arab Record in World War II, report, ca. 1955
B21 6 Arab boycott and Israeli government, 1948
B21 7 United States government intervention, reports, 1947–1949; 1959
B21 8 Clippings, releases, publicity, Arab propaganda, 1947–1951
B21 9 Publicity, Arab propaganda, 1947–1951
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B22 1 White paper re: Jews in Egypt and Iraq, 1948–1949
B22 2 White paper: circular letters and distribution data, Jews in Moslem countries, 1948
B22 3 Distribution lists, Moslem countries, 1947–1948
B22 4 Government interventions in Moslem countries, 1947–1948
B22 5 Emergency Committee of Middle East Affairs, 1948
B22 6 Jews in Moslem countries, reports, 1947–1949
B22 7 Palestine Lawyers Committee, reports, 1948
B22 8 Israeli (Jerusalem) Advisory Committee, reports, 1948–1972
B22 9 Correspondence, 1949–1951
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B23 1 United Nations, 1947–1950
B23 2 United Nations, memos, reports, 1948–1949
B23 3 Jewish War Effort, 1941–1942
B23 4 Jewish War Orphans, 1947–1953
B23 5 Jews in Arab Countries, 1968
B23 6 Jews in Middle East, 1957–1973
B23 7 Jews in Middle East, extracts from broadcasts, 1968–1969
B23 8 Jews in Middle East, American Jewish Congress/World Jewish Congress, press releases, 1948; 1956; 1969–1972
B23 9 McIver Report, clippings, 1951–1952
B23 10 Meinville, Father, 1967
B23 11 Middle East, radio broadcasts, 1961–1964
B23 12 Political work and policy, 1961
B23 13 Record of activities of World Jewish Congress at United Nations, 1953
B23 14 Relations with other Jewish organizations, 1949–1951
Box Folder
B24 1 Relief and atrocities, 1941–1943
B24 2 Reorganization, 1950
B24 3 Reorganization, Sieff, Israel M., report, 1959–1960
B24 4 Reorganization, Feb 1964
B24 5 Restitution, index, Undated
[Note: this index provides the organizational scheme for the following section through B25/20]
B24 6 Emergency planning, 1948–1951
B24 7 Laws, 1946–1950
B24 8 Austria, 1947–1950
B24 9 Austria, 1951–1952
B24 10 Clippings, 1945–1946
B24 11 Miscellaneous, 1950–1952; 1958
B24 12 British zone, 1947–1950
Box Folder
B25 1 French zone, 1947–1950
B25 2 Czechoslovakia, masterless and unclaimed property, 1947–1948; 1952
B25 3 France, 1949–1950
B25 4 Germany, general claims law, 1949–1951
B25 5 United States zone, 1947–1952
B25 6 Greece, 1944–1954
B25 7 Hungary, 1948–1950
B25 8 Italian-Jewish assets, 1948
B25 9 German-Jewish assets in Latin America, 1946–1948
B25 10 Germany, 1950–1951
B25 11 Holland, 1950
B25 12 Poland, 1947–1948; 1957
B25 13 Romania, heirless property, 1949
B25 14 Sweden, 1950
B25 15 Switzerland, masterless property, 1948–1950
B25 16 Trieste, heirless property, 1950
B25 17 United States, masterless property, 1948–1950
B25 18 Germany, individual Jewish restituted properties, 1950, 1957
B25 19 Summaries of applications received for 1956, 1955–1956
B25 20 Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, 1965
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B26 1 Setback in United Nations Third Committee, religious intolerance declaration, 1967
B26 2 Stateless persons, 1940–1960
B26 3 Stone, Julius, Peace in the Middle East 1967, Jun 1967
B26 4 Survey of international Nazi movements, 1967
B26 5 United Nations action on slavery, 1964; 1967
B26 6 United Nations Commission on Human Rights, war crimes, 1966
B26 7 United Nations human rights, 1942–1943
B26 8 United Naitons International Human Rights Year 1968, 1966–1967
B26 9 United Nations, 15 th Anniversary of human rights declaration, 1963
B26 10 War crimes, Nine Power Conference, 1942–1943
B26 11 War crimes, European situation report, trial plans, St. James Conference, 1942–1943
B26 12 War crimes, 1957–1962
B26 13 War criminals, Trifa, Viorel and Fabian, Bela (Romanians), 1961–1962
B26 14 War related activities, 1941–1944
B26 15 War activities, 1940–1944; 1949
B26 16 War questions, 1941–1943
B26 17 World Conference of Jewish Organizations, World Jewish Congress reorganization, 1961–1963
B26 18 World Movement for World Federal Government, 1950
B26 19 New year's greetings, 1964–1966
B26 20 Perlzweig, Maurice L., 60 th birthday, Nov 1955
B26 21 Perlzweig, Maurice L., 70 th birthday, 1965
B26 22 Fundraising for British war relief, speech, 1941
B26 23 Speaking engagements, correspondence, 1941–1945
B26 24 Speaking engagements, programs, 1942–1943
B26 25 Draft speech for War Emergency Conference, ca. 1944
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B27 1 Speaking engagements, programs, 1945; 1951–1954
B27 2 Speaking engagements, programs, 1955–1961
B27 3 European trip, correspondence, speech, 1945–1946
B27 4 Romania trip, 1946
B27 5 Balkans trip, 1946–1947
B27 6 Australia trip, 1949–1950
B27 7 Costa Rica trip, 1952
B27 8 Trip around the world, Sep 1953–Mar 1954
B27 9 Trip around the world, clippings, Sep 1953–Feb 1954
B27 10 Mission to Bolivia, Jun 1954
B27 11 War Emergency Conference, Nov 1944
B27 12 United Nations Economic and Social Council meeting, Santiago, Chile, 1951
B27 13 Vulpera meeting, Jun 1955
B27 14 Big Four conference, Geneva, Switzerland, Jul–Aug 1955
B27 15 World Jewish Congress Fourth Plenary Assembly, 1957–1959
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B28 1 United Nations seminar on multi-national society, Yugoslavia, 1965
B28 2 International Peace Bureau (Bureau Internationale de la Paix) international conference, Aug–Sep 1965
B28 3 United Nations seminar, Jamaica, 1967
B28 4 International Year for Human Rights Seminar, 1968
B28 5 Tehran Conference, non-governmental organization status, 1968
B28 6 Report, retribution, ca. 1944
B28 7 Reports, World Jewish Congress activities at United Nations, 1946; 1950; 1953
B28 8 Memorandum at the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine, 6 Aug 1947
B28 9 Political Department, report outline, Dec 1947
B28 10 Political Department, activities reports, Dec–Oct 1948
B28 11 Political Department, activities report (3 parts), Nov 1947–May 1948
B28 12 Political activities reports, Jun 1948–Jul 1949
B28 13 Reports of discussions at Washington and Lake Success, Mar–May 1949
B28 14 Political/legal activities report, Aug 1949
B28 15 Releases, interventions and statements, 1949; 1951–1952
B28 16 Present Migration Possibilities of Jews in Central and South American Countries (A Preliminary Study), Feb 1950
B28 17 Information on Germany, Apr 1950–Oct 1952
B28 18 Reports, 1950; 1952–1953
B28 19 World Jewish Congress, Western Hemisphere Executive, Political, Public Relations, and Cultural Activities 1950–1951, 1951
B28 20 Observations Concerning the Draft First International Covenant of Human Rights, Apr 1951
B28 21 Notes on Recent WJC Activity, Apr 1952
Box Folder
B29 1 Statement on behalf of World Jewish Congress on the commercial boycott of Jews in Saudi Arabia at United Nations Council Non-Governmental Organization Committee, 1952
B29 2 Relations with Spain, 17 Apr 1954
B29 3 Statement on Geneva conference of the Big Four Powers, Jul 1955
B29 4 Statement on North Africa in Sep 1955, 1954–1956
B29 5 Submission on human rights at United Nations, 1955; 1958
B29 6 Statements, releases and articles, 1955; 1957–1959
B29 7 Statement Before United Nations Committee on Human Rights on international anti-Semitic conspiracy, Mar–Apr 1956
B29 8 Summary of political activity, 20 Dec 1956
B29 9 Red Cross report on Egypt situation, 1957
B29 10 Joint Statement of American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, and the B'nai B'rith on S.600 and S.1302 Relating to the Return of Enemy Assets and the Award of Compensation for War Damages, 4 Apr 1957
B29 11 A Report on Soviet Jewry, Mar 1958
B29 12 International Affairs Department, reports on reorganization, 1959
B29 13 Statement, Soviet Union, Nov 1961
B29 14 Legal Position Regarding Incitement to Racial and Religious Hatred, Aug 1963
B29 15 Statement, Soviet Jewry, 8 Apr 1964
B29 16 Report of the International Affairs Department, New York, 1961–1964, Jul 1964
B29 17 Report of the International Affairs Department, New York, Jul 1964
B29 18 Reports, 1964
B29 19 Central British Fund for Jewish Relief and Rehabilitation Fund, reports, 1964–1965; 1968; 1972
B29 20 Reports, 1965
B29 21 Reports, 1965
B29 22 Between Promise and Performance; Human Rights at the United Nations 1965–1966, Jun 1966
B29 23 26 th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, Sep–Dec 1971
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B30 1 Africa and the Jews, Dec 1973
B30 2 The Coronation: A Jewish Appreciation, ca. 1952
B30 3 A Preacher Looks Back, 1958
B30 4 Asher Perlzweig — A Cantor in Angelo Jewry, 1975
B30 5 World Jewish Congress publications, ca. 1941; 1943; 1946
B30 6 The Crime of Incitement to Group Hatred, Lerner, Nathan, 1965
B30 7 British World Jewish Congress publications, 1941–1942
B30 8 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1941–1944
B30 9 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1949
B30 10 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1951–1959
B30 11 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1960–1964
B30 12 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1965
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B31 1 United Nations Economic and Social Council, bulletins, 1965
B31 2 United Nations General Assembly, bulletins, 1965–1966
B31 3 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1966
B31 4 United Nations Economic and Social Council, bulletins, 1966–1968
B31 5 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1967–1969
B31 6 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1972–1973; 1976
B31 7 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1947; 1949–1950
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B32 1 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1951
B32 2 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1952
B32 3 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1953
B32 4 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1954
B32 5 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1955
B32 6 World Jewish Congress press releases, (English, Yiddish) 1956–1957
B32 7 World Jewish Congress press releases, (Spanish) 1956–1957
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B33 1 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1958–1959
B33 2 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1958–1963
B33 3 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1960–1963
B33 4 World Jewish Congress press releases, (Yiddish) 1961–1969
B33 5 World Jewish Congress press releases, (Spanish) 1961–1969
B33 6 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1964–1969
B33 7 World Jewish Congress press releases, 1970–1971
B33 8 American Jewish Congress, press releases, 1954–1957; 1965–1966
B33 9 Independent Press Service, press releases, 1943–1944
B33 10 Jewish Telegraphic Agency News Bulletin, press releases, 1942–1944; 1955
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B34 1 United Nations, press releases, 1960–1962; 1965–1966; 1969
B34 2 University Avenue Synagogue, Toronto, press releases, 1947–1949
B34 3 Press releases, 1941–1943
B34 4 King Feisal-Frankfurter, 1919
B34 5 Newspaper lists, 1943; 1945
B34 6 Hangards parliamentary debates, House of Commons, Jan–Apr 1947
B34 7 Cultural Department, lists, 1958
B34 8 Biographical material, 1960–1968
B34 9 Blue Cross, 1967–1968
B34 10 Melamet, Max, mailing list, World Jewish Congress American section, ca. 1968
B34 11 Job applications, 1968
B34 12 Private correspondence, 1919, 1925–1964
B34 13 Sabbath Services, by Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1930
B34 14 Cables, Holocaust and United Nations Genocide Convention, 1941–1949
B34 15 The Jews of Europe; How to Help Them, in The New Republic, Aug 1943
B34 16 Perlzweig, Gisella, condolences, 1950–1953
B34 17 Personal clippings, 1953–1957; 1974
B34 18 The First 50 Years of Progressive Judaism at North London Progressive Synagogue, 1921–1971, 1971
Box Folder
B35 1 Zionist Record, newspaper, Johannesburg, South Africa, Jun–Aug 1938
Marcus, Robert S., 1932–1933, 1937–1951
Box Folder
B36 1 Correspondence, 1944; 1946
B36 2 Correspondence, Jul–Dec 1947
B36 3 Correspondence, Jan–Jun 1948
B36 4 Correspondence, Jul–Sep 1948
B36 5 Correspondence, Oct–Dec 1948
B36 6 Correspondence, Jan–Apr 1949
B36 7 Correspondence, May–Jun 1949
B36 8 Correspondence, Jul–Sep 1949
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B37 1 Correspondence, Oct–Dec 1949
B37 2 Correspondence, 1950
B37 3 Correspondence, personal, 1941; 1946–1950
B37 4 Diary, Jun–Dec 1950
B37 5 Dwork, C. Irving, 1946
B37 6 Federbush, Simon, 1945–1947
B37 7 Hellman, Jacob, Argentina, 1947
B37 8 Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1945–1947
B37 9 Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1947
B37 10 Schwartzbart, Isaac, 1947
B37 11 Stein, Kalman, 1946–1947
Box Folder
B38 1 Tartakower, Arieh, 1946–1947
B38 2 Varchaver, Catherine, Adopt a Family Plan, 1946–1947
B38 3 Wise, Stephen S., 1945–1947
B38 4 Bahrein Islands (British Protectorate), 1948
B38 5 Burma, situation report, 1949–1951
B38 6 Burma, 1949
B38 7 Basch and Company, investigation, 1937–1950
B38 8 West Germany, constitution, 1948–1949
B38 9 Daily Worker, 1950
B38 10 Special assistance cases, A, 1947
B38 11 Special assistance cases, B, 1946–1947
B38 12 Special assistance cases, C, 1947–1948
B38 13 Special assistance cases, D, 1944–1946
B38 14 Special assistance cases, F, 1946–1948
B38 15 Special assistance cases, G, 1946–1948
B38 16 Special assistance cases, H, 1946–1947
B38 17 Special assistance cases, J, 1946
B38 18 Special assistance cases, K, 1946
B38 19 Special assistance cases, L, 1946–1948
B38 20 Special assistance cases, M, 1947–1949
B38 21 Special assistance cases, N, 1946–1947
B38 22 Special assistance cases, P, 1946–1948
B38 23 Special assistance cases, R, 1946–1948
B38 24 Special assistance cases, S, 1946–1948
B38 25 Special assistance cases, W, 1946–1948
Box Folder
B39 1 Special assistance cases, Z, 1946–1948
B39 2 Argentina trip, Sep–Oct 1950
B39 3 Latin America trip, Oct 1950
B39 4 Reports, 1944–1945
B39 5 Reports, Jan–Mar 1946
B39 6 Reports, Apr–Dec 1946
B39 7 Reports, 1947–1948
B39 8 Present Migration Possibilities of Jews in Central and South American Countries, 1950
B39 9 Speeches, 1937–1946
B39 10 Speeches and speaking engagements, 1947–1950
B39 11 Sermons, newsclippings, 1949–1950
Box Folder
B40 1 Yiddish speech text, Undated
B40 2 Congress Weekly, May 1948–Jan 1951
B40 3 Draft articles, letters to editors, 1948–1950
B40 4 Published articles, 1946; 1948–1949
B40 5 Published articles, 1950–1951
B40 6 Items From the Press, Jan–Sep 1946
Box Folder
B41 1 World Jewish Congress directories, 1946–1947
B41 2 Publications, 1932–1933; 1943–1950
Karbach, Oscar, 1942–1960
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B41 3 Correspondence, 1946; 1949–1950
B41 4 Correspondence, 1951
B41 5 Correspondence, 1952
B41 6 Correspondence Jan–May 1953
B41 7 Correspondence, Jun–Dec 1953
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B42 1 Correspondence, 1954–1955
B42 2 Correspondence, 1956–1959
B42 3 Frey, Wilhelm, 1953
B42 4 Hyman, Abraham, 1954
B42 5 Jansen, Peter Kurt, Bulgaria, Nov 1956
B42 6 Lazarus, Jacques, reports, Algeria, 1952–1953
B42 7 Lestschinsky, Jacob, Aug 1954
B42 8 Marcus, Robert S., 1949–1953
B42 9 Robinson, Nehemiah, 1956
B42 10 Singer, Leopold, 1955
B42 11 Stein, Alfred, 1951
B42 12 Argentina, 1955
B42 13 Austria, 1947; 1949
B42 14 Austria, 1951–1952
B42 15 Austria, May–Jul 1952
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B43 1 Austria, Aug–Dec 1952
B43 2 Austria, 1953–1954
B43 3 Austria, Das Menschenrecht, 1953–1954
B43 4 Austria, white paper, Oct–Nov 1954
B43 5 Austria, 1956
B43 6 Bolivia, 1954–1955
B43 7 Brazil, 1953–1954, 1956
B43 8 Chile, 1952
B43 9 Chile, 1953–1954
B43 10 Chile, 1955–1957; 1959
B43 11 Germany, 1949–1954
B43 12 Germany, 1951, 1954
B43 13 Great Britain, British section, 1954
B43 14 Italy, 1952–1953
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B44 1 Italy, 1955–1960
B44 2 Mexico, 1952–1956
B44 3 Romania, 1952–1954
B44 4 Sweden, Swedish section, reports, 1952–1956
B44 5 B'nai B'rith, 1954
B44 6 Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the British Zone, Bergen-Belsen, Rosendorn, Salomon certificate, 1945; 1947
B44 7 Comité International D'Auschwitz Monument, 1958
B44 8 Encyclopedia Hebraica, 1953
B44 9 Society of Jewish Invalids, Germany, 1951
B44 10 Armistice terms, Bulgaria, Finland, Romania, 1942–1944
B44 11 Emergency planning, 1948, 1950–1951
B44 12 Individual cases, 1952–1953
B44 13 Roekk, Marikka, 1954
B44 14 United Nations, migration, 1953–1954
B44 15 United States anti-Semitism, 1945; 1952–1953
B44 16 War criminals, Cukurs, Herbert, 1951
B44 17 War Emergency Conference, working papers, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1944–1945; 1957
B44 18 Second Plenary Assembly, activities, 1948–1949
B44 19 United Nations meeting of representatives of non-governmental organizations on migration, Feb 1954
B44 20 Reports, 1949; 1951–1952
B44 21 Problems Arising From German Situation, Geneva conference, 1950–1951
Box Folder
B45 1 Reports, Mar–May 1951
B45 2 Reports, Jun–Aug 1951
B45 3 Iraqi Jews, memos, Apr–May 1951
B45 4 Summary of WJC Activities From January 1, 1950 to June 30, 1950
B45 5 The World Jewish Congress: Its Activities and Achievements, Zionist Congress, Jul 1951
B45 6 Drafts, World Jewish Congress with United Nations's International Refugee Organization and International Labour Office, 1951–1952
B45 7 Draft, executive meeting report, 1951
B45 8 Austria Appears as a Danger Zone, 1952
B45 9 Reports, 1952
B45 10 Survey of WJC Activities, October 1, 1950–December 31, 1951
B45 11 Report outline, Third Plenary Assembly, Easterman, Alexander L., Mar 1953
B45 12 Report, Third Plenary Assembly, Easterman, Alexander L., Jun 1953
B45 13 Grunfeld, Dayan, Report on Jewish Orphans in Christian Homes, Nov–Dec 1953
B45 14 Applications to Claims Conference, Greece, Austria, Italy, Brazil, and Indonesia, 1953
B45 15 Goldstein, Israel, questionnaire, 1954
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B46 1 World Association of World Federalists; Reports — International Study Conference, Aug 1956
B46 2 The World Jewish Congress, Its Goals and Achievements for the Post-War Decade, 1956–1957
B46 3 Joint Statement of the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, and the B'nai B'rith on S.600 and S.1302 Relating to the Return of Enemy Assets and the Award of Compensation for War Damages, 1957
B46 4 The Status of Anti-Jewish Activities in, 1958
B46 5 North Africa material, Philadelphia lecture, 1953–1954
B46 6 American Council for Judaism, Bryoade speech, May 1954
B46 7 Lecture on North Africa to Bronx Women's Division of American Jewish Congress, Jun–Nov 1958
B46 8 Congress Weekly, 1949; 1951–1953
B46 9 La Vie Juive, 1956
B46 10 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1944–1947
B46 11 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1952–1954
B46 12 Documents; Commission to Give Effect to the Decisions of the Congress of the Peoples for Peace to the Governments of the Five Great Powers, Mar 1953
B46 13 Business Information Service, United States Department of Commerce, Aug 1954
B46 14 Der Osterreich Bericht, Goldstein, Israel, 1954
B46 15 UNESCO Youth Institute, 1954
B46 16 World Child Welfare Congress; Reports of Sections; Findings and Solutions, 1954
B46 17 Unione Delle Communita Israelitche, U Congress Delle Commite 1956; Relazione del Consiglio, 1956
B46 18 I Profeti D'Israele, 1958–1960
B46 19 Judische Illustrierte, Jun 1958
B46 20 La Rassegna Mensile Di Israel, Aug–Sep 1959
B46 21 General Aspects of the Jewish Fight for Human Rights, Goldstein, Israel, 1951
B46 22 Constitution, World Jewish Congress, Feb 1954
B46 23 World Jewish Congress, history, 1957
B46 24 “Kaleidoskop Einer Katastrophe,” Aufbau, 14 Mar 1958
B46 25 The Zionist Yearbook 1954–55 — 5715; The World Jewish Congress, 1954–1955
B46 26 World Jewish Congress submissions to United Nations, 1950–1951; 1953
Subseries 2. Office Files. 1933–1976.[33 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: A major component of this subseries is correspondence with the WJC's British section and its Political Department director, Alexander L. Easterman. This subseries also contains a large section of files on the American Jewish Congress, the bulk of which covers the years 1950–1960.
Box Folder
B47 1 Correspondence, 1947
B47 2 Correspondence, 1952; 1957–1958
B47 3 Correspondence, 1960–1967
B47 4 Correspondence, 1970–1975
B47 5 Advisory Council, Bronfman, Samuel, Germany, 1966
B47 6 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, Sep 1948–Dec 1949
B47 7 Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, Feb 1950–Jan 1951
B47 8 Executive Committee, Inter-American Jewish Council, minutes, 1940–1944
B47 9 Executive Subcommittee on Germany, minutes, 1941; 1949
B47 10 London office, correspondence, 1945–1946
B47 11 Political Commission, 1947–1948
B47 12 Political Commission, minutes, 1947–1948
B47 13 Political Commission, minutes, 1946–1950; 1954; 1959
B47 14 Washington D.C. office, Dec 1948
B47 15 Washington D.C. office, Dubinsky, Harvey, 1946
B47 16 Washington D.C. office, Dworkin, Evlin, 1946
B47 17 Washington D.C. office, Karbach, Oscar, 1945–1946
B47 18 Washington D.C. office, Marcus, Robert S., 1946–1947
B47 19 Washington D.C. office, Morgan, Frederick, 1946
B47 20 Washington D.C. office, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1945–1946
Box Folder
B48 1 Beigel, Greta, 1947–1957
B48 2 Bernstein, Phillip, 1950; 1953
B48 3 Blattberg, Wolf, obituaries, family wedding, correspondence, 1958
B48 4 Cardozo, D.A. Jessurun, Apr 1948
B48 5 Einhorn, Ephraim F., 1951–1952; 1954; 1958
B48 6 Glikowski, Moises, 1949–1957
B48 7 Goldmann, Nahum, 1951–1955
B48 8 Goldmann, Nahum, 1956–1957
B48 9 Goldmann, Nahum, 1958–1959
B48 10 Goldmann, Nahum, Argentina trip, clippings, 1957–1958
B48 11 Goldstein, Israel, 1953–1959
B48 12 Gotlib, Isaac M., 1947–1954
B48 13 Grossman, Kurt R., 1948–1949
B48 14 Hurwitz, Maximillian, 1948–1950; 1956–1957
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B49 1 Hyman, Abraham S., 1953–1955
B49 2 Hyman, Abraham S., 1956–1957
B49 3 Jacobs, Monty, 1956–1959
B49 4 Jacobs, Monty, 1960–1966; 1974
B49 5 Jacobs, Monty, publicity, 1947; 1966; 1972
B49 6 Jacoby, Gerhard, 1947–1960
B49 7 Jacoby, Gerhard, Jewish population statistics, 1947
B49 8 Karbach, Oscar, 1947–1957
B49 9 Knopfmacher, Kate, 1947–1959
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B50 1 Lerner, Nathan, 1963–1965
B50 2 Marcus, Robert S., executive memos, 1948–1951
B50 3 Nebenzahl, Mr., May 1950
B50 4 Perlzweig, Maurice L., memos, 1956
B50 5 Perlzweig, Maurice L., memos, minutes, 1957–1958
B50 6 Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1947–1949
B50 7 Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1950–1953
B50 8 Perlzweig, Maurice L., memos, 1952–1958; 1960
B50 9 Pulverman, Wolfgang, 1956–1959
B50 10 Reiss, Anselm, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1948–1949
B50 11 Rosencraft, Josef, 1952, 1956
B50 12 Robinson, Nehemiah, 1944–1949
B50 13 Robinson, Nehemiah, 1940–1955
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B51 1 Robinson, Nehemiah, 1956–1959
B51 2 Schwartzbart, Isaac, 1949–1951; 1956–1959
B51 3 Serebrenick, Robert S., 1949–1952; 1956–1957
B51 4 Silverman, Archibald, 1949–1950
B51 5 Sokal, Saul, 1947–1954; 1957; 1959
B51 6 Tartakower, Arieh, 1947–1956
B51 7 Walter, Ellen, 1955
B51 8 Winterstein, Vojtech, 1949–1950
B51 9 Wurmbrand, Fanny, 1956
B51 10 Zuckerman, Baruch, 1947–1949; 1952
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B52 1 Correspondence, 1946–1952
B52 2 Correspondence, 1946–1952
B52 3 Correspondence, 1946–1952
B52 4 Correspondence, 1953–1958
B52 5 Index of British section and European Secretariat, Undated
[Note: this index provides the organizational scheme for this section to B61/4]
B52 6 British section, inactive material list, Karbach, Oscar, report, 1958
B52 7 British section, 1950–1954
B52 8 British section, 1955–1959
B52 9 British section, cables, 1948–1949
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B53 1 British section, cable, 1950
B53 2 British section, British embassy, 1952–1954
B53 3 British section, European Secretariat, 1948
B53 4 British section, European Executive, 1949
B53 5 British section, European Executive, meeting, 1958
B53 6 British section, Barber, Stephen, 1947–1948
B53 7 British section, Barou, Noah, 1947–1949
B53 8 British section, Barou, Noah, 1950–1955
B53 9 British section, Baum, Karl, 1948–1949
B53 10 British section, Baum, Karl, 1950–1955
B53 11 British section, Baum, Karl, 1955–1958
B53 12 British section, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1947–1949
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B54 1 British section, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1950
B54 2 British section, Brassloff, F.L., 1950–1953; 1956–1959
B54 3 British section, Cohn, Ernst, 1956
B54 4 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., Oct 1947–Feb 1948
B54 5 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1947–1948
B54 6 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., Jan–Apr 1949
B54 7 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., May–Dec 1949
B54 8 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1950
B54 9 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1951
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B55 1 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1952
B55 2 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1953
B55 3 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1954
B55 4 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1955
B55 5 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1956–1959
B55 6 British section, Easterman, Alexander L., 1955–1957
B55 7 British section, Reading, Eva, 1948; 1955–1959
B55 8 British section, Roth, Stephen, 1947–1949
B55 9 British section, Roth, Stephen, 1950–1952
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B56 1 British section, Roth, Stephen, 1953–1955
B56 2 British section, Roth, Stephen, 1956–1959
B56 3 British section, Sieff, Israel M., 1957–1959
B56 4 British section, Silverman, Sydney, 1947–1948
B56 5 British section, Silverman, Sydney, 1950–1953
B56 6 British section, Steinberg, Aaron, 1949
B56 7 British section, Steinberg, Aaron, 1949–1959
B56 8 British section, Zelmanovitz, Lev, 1947–1949
B56 9 British section, Zelmanovitz, Lev, 1950
B56 10 British section, Commonwealth Conference, 1954–1956
B56 11 British section, First International Congress of Jewish Music, 1957
B56 12 British section, newsclippings, 1950–1952
B56 13 British section, Barou, Noah, memorial activities, 1956–1958
B56 14 British section, 10 th Biennial Conference, 1957–1958
B56 15 British section, 10 th Biennial Conference, newsclippings, Nov–Dec 1957
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B57 1 British section, press surveys, reports, 1948; 1954–1955
B57 2 British section, The Jewish Press of the World, 1956; 1961; 1972
B57 3 British section, publications, 1944–1946
B57 4 British section, publications, 1954–1955
B57 5 British section, publications, 1956
B57 6 British section, Winston Churchill on Jewish Problems, Rabinowicz, Oscar, 1956
B57 7 British section, publications, 1957
B57 8 British section, An Introduction to Jewish Law, Elman, Peter, ed., 1958
B57 9 British section, World Jewry, 1958–1959
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B58 1 British section, Essence of Jewish Art, Namenyi, Ernest, 1960
B58 2 British section, Introduction to Jewish Bible Commentary, Casper, Bernard, 1960
B58 3 British section, Guide to Hassidism, Rabinowicz, H., 1960
B58 4 British section, Every Day in Jewish History, Frankel, Joseph, 1974–1975
B58 5 British section, reports, 1947–1949
B58 6 Germany, executive reports, correspondence, 1949–1951
B58 7 Germany, Jacoby, Gerhard to Robinson, Nehemiah, 1950
B58 8 India, report, 1949
B58 9 Middle East, 1947; 1953–1957; 1973
B58 10 Sweden, 1947–1953
B58 11 Sweden, section reports, 1948
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B59 1 Uruguay, 1947–1953
B59 2 Uruguay, 1954–1955
B59 3 USSR, publications, 1946; 1949–1953
B59 4 USSR, newsclippings, 1946; 1949–1953
B59 5 USSR, 1947–1953
B59 6 USSR, newsclippings, 1949–1950
B59 7 USSR, newsclippings, New York Herald Tribune, 1953
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B60 1 USSR, 1954–1955
B60 2 USSR, 1954–1955
B60 3 USSR, newsclippings, vol. 1, Jan–Mar 1956
B60 4 USSR, newsclippings, vol. I, Apr 1956
B60 5 USSR, newsclippings, vol. II, May–Jun 1956
B60 6 USSR, newsclippings, vol. II, Aug–Dec 1956
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B61 1 USSR, invitations, delegation to USSR, 1956
B61 2 USSR, 1956–1957
B61 3 USSR, publicity, 1956–1957
B61 4 USSR, publicity, 1956–1957
B61 5 American Jewish Congress, index, Undated
[Note: this index provides the organizational scheme for this section to B63/11]
B61 6 American Jewish Congress, regional offices, 1950–1954; 1958–1950
B61 7 American Jewish Congress, Women's Division, 1947–1954; 1956–1957
B61 8 American Jewish Congress, Bolz, Sandy, 1950–1954; 1956; 1958
B61 9 American Jewish Congress, Glatstein, Jacob, 1956–1957
B61 10 American Jewish Congress, Glick, Edward B., 1956–1958
B61 11 American Jewish Congress, Kaplan, Armand, 1949–1955
B61 12 American Jewish Congress, Kopstein, Max, 1948–1950; 1952
B61 13 American Jewish Congress, Maslow, Will, 1955; 1958–1959
B61 14 American Jewish Congress, Maslow, Will, re: Commission on Law and Social Action, 1948–1955
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B62 1 American Jewish Congress, Maslow, Will, re: Commission on Law and Social Action, 1956–1957
B62 2 American Jewish Congress, Miller, Irving, 1948–1950
B62 3 American Jewish Congress, Pfeffer, Leo, 1950; 1954; 1957–1958
B62 4 American Jewish Congress, Polier, Justine W., 1949–1958
B62 5 American Jewish Congress, Polier, Justine W., 1956
B62 6 American Jewish Congress, Polier, Shad, 1948–1959
B62 7 American Jewish Congress, Prinz, Joachim, 1958–1960
B62 8 American Jewish Congress, Saltpeter, High, 1954
B62 9 American Jewish Congress, Schatz, Julius, Community Service Bureau, 1947–1959
B62 10 American Jewish Congress, Schneeberg, Lucy, 1953; 1955; 1958
B62 11 American Jewish Congress, Shapiro, George, 1950–1952; 1954–1959
B62 12 American Jewish Congress, Tenenbaum, Joseph, 1956
B62 13 American Jewish Congress, Toubin, Isaac, 1947–1959
B62 14 American Jewish Congress, biennial, 1956
B62 15 American Jewish Congress, national convention, 1958
B62 16 American Jewish Congress v. Arabian American Oil Company, reports, 1958–1959
B62 17 American Jewish Congress, Israel 10 th anniversary, correspondence, 1957–1958
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B63 1 American Jewish Congress, Conference on Jewish Values, 1960
B63 2 American Jewish Congress, Commission on Law and Social Action, 1953–1957
B63 3 American Jewish Congress, discrimination, 1947
B63 4 American Jewish Congress, 4 th Conference on International Economic and Social Development, Jan 1957
B63 5 American Jewish Congress, city budgets, 1957
B63 6 American Jewish Congress, national conventions, 1956; 1958
B63 7 American Jewish Congress, southern bombings, 1958–1959
B63 8 American Jewish Congress, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry; Statement by the American Jewish Congress, Jan 1946
B63 9 American Jewish Congress, resolutions, 1960
B63 10 American Jewish Congress, releases, 1959–1960
B63 11 American Jewish Congress, general items, 1957–1959
B63 12 Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1960–1961
B63 13 Council Against Intolerance, 1944–1947
B63 14 Council of Europe, 1961–1971
B63 15 Inter-American Jewish Council, 1941–1943
B63 16 Working Committee of Jewish Delegates to Paris Peace Conference, minutes, 1946
B63 17 Anti-Semitism, 1944–1948
B63 18 Anti-Semitism, legislation outlawing anti-Semitism, 1947–1948
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B64 1 Anti-Semitism, international incidents, 1948–1951
B64 2 Anti-Semitism, Nazism, 1952; 1954; 1960–1966
B64 3 Anti-Semitism, human rights, 1962–1963, 1969
B64 4 Arab activities, Latin America, 1962–1965; 1972–1973
B64 5 Atomic energy, 1957–1958
B64 6 Atomic energy, peaceful uses and weapons, 1957–1958
B64 7 Atomic energy, statements, 1958
B64 8 Civil rights, Handyman vs. Collins, Nebraska Law Review, 1950
B64 9 Displaced persons, statistics, 1947
B64 10 Displaced persons, reports, 1948–1949
B64 11 Displaced persons, newsclippings, 1948–1949
B64 12 Displaced Persons Act and Amendments, 1948–1950
B64 13 Discrimination, 1949
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B65 1 Eichmann, Adolf, 1950, 1960–1963
B65 2 S.S. Exodus 1947, 1947
B65 3 Expansion of World Jewish Congress, 1956–1958
B65 4 Immigration laws, Bolivia, 1930–1949
B65 5 Immigration laws, Brazil, 1947–1948
B65 6 Immigration laws, British West Indies, Barbados and Trinidad, Undated
B65 7 Immigration laws, Canada, 1946–1947
B65 8 Immigration laws, Chile, 1947–1949
B65 9 Immigration laws, Colombia, 1948–1949
B65 10 Immigration laws, Costa Rica, 1948–1949
B65 11 Immigration laws, Cuba, 1947; 1949; 1958
B65 12 Immigration laws, Dominican Republic, 1949
B65 13 Immigration laws, Ecuador, 1947–1949
B65 14 Immigration laws, El Salvador, 1933; 1947
B65 15 Immigration laws, Guatemala, 1947
B65 16 Immigration laws, Haiti, 1947–1949
B65 17 Immigration laws, Honduras, 1947–1949
B65 18 Immigration laws, Mexico, 1947–1949
B65 19 Immigration to United States, proposals, 1947
B65 20 Jewish displaced persons groups, 1950
B65 21 Jewish literature, 1957–1960; 1966
B65 22 Jewish situation in Europe, 1942; 1949
B65 23 Jewish situation in Moslem countries, 1947–1949
B65 24 Jews in Europe, statistics, 1947
B65 25 Marshall plan, 1947–1948
B65 26 Migration, World Jewish Congress activities, 1948–1949
B65 27 Migration, Easterman, Alexander L., memo, 11 Jan 1950
B65 28 Migration, Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration statistics, 1953–1954
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B66 1 Migration, Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration statistics, 1964
B66 2 North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1957
B66 3 Peace treaties, Romania, 1949–1950
B66 4 Refugees, Situation of Jewry in Europe, 1946–1947
B66 5 Refugees, Legal Status of Refugees and Stateless Persons, 18 Jun 1951
B66 6 Refugees in United States, newsclippings, 1945
B66 7 Restitution, Jewish Restitution Successor Organization, Inc., 1947–1948
B66 8 Restitution, Jewish Restitution Successor Organization, Inc., 1947–1948
B66 9 Restitution, Western Germany, registration forms, 1957–1958
B66 10 Restoration of Jewish rights, 1941–1945
B66 11 Shecito bill, 1958
B66 12 Staff retrenchment, 1950
B66 13 Statelessness, memo, Robinson, Nehemiah, 1 Jul 1961
B66 14 20 th and 25 th Anniversaries of World Jewish Congress, 1955–1958
B66 15 United Nations, minority definitions, 27 Dec 1949
B66 16 United Nations, human rights and genocide, newsclippings, 1949
B66 17 United Nations, High Commissioner for Refugees, May 1957
B66 18 United Nations, Palestine refugees, Nov 1958
B66 19 War crimes, 1944
B66 20 War crimes, Weinrub, Frederik (Netherlands), 1947
B66 21 War crimes, research possibilities, Taylor, Telford, 1948–1949
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B67 1 War crimes, Koch, Wagner, Rademacher, Nazism in Latin America, 1948–1952
B67 2 War crimes, Schellenberger, Franz, 1949
B67 3 War crimes, Niculescu, Barbu and Radescu, 1949
B67 4 War crimes, Taylor, Telford, 1949
B67 5 War crimes, Hochberger, Henry, 1949–1950
B67 6 War crimes, Kempner, Robert, 1950
B67 7 War crimes, Harlan, Veit, 1950
B67 8 War crimes, Vallat, Xavier, 1950
B67 9 War Crimes Commission, statements, reports, 1943–1944
B67 10 War crimes trials, 1947–1950
B67 11 War crimes trials, 1947–1952
B67 12 War crimes trials, Mannstein, General, 1949
B67 13 War crimes trials, Stroop, General, 1949
B67 14 War crimes trials, Fraess, Walter, Goehler, Ferdinand, 1949–1950
B67 15 War crimes trials, Hungarian criminal list, 1950–1951
B67 16 Index of individuals, organizations and subject files, Undated
[Note: this index provides the organizational scheme for this section to B71/13]
B67 17 A–I, 1955–1959
B67 18 J–Z, 1955–1959
B67 19 1947–1955
B67 20 1947–1955
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B68 1 1947–1955
B68 2 Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid of the United States Government, 1946–1947
B68 3 Agudas Israel World Organization, Mar 1948
B68 4 Alliance Israelite Universelle, Alliance Review, 1948–1956
B68 5 Ambruster, Howard W., 1948–1949
B68 6 American Association for the United Nations People Section Bulletin, Apr 1957
B68 7 American Committee of the OSE, 1953–1957
B68 8 American Jewish Committee, This is Our Home, pamphlets, 1950–1956
B68 9 American Jewish Committee in Latin America, 1948–1952
B68 10 American Jewish Committee in Latin America, 1936; 1948–1959
B68 11 American Jewish Committee in Latin America, 1936; 1948–1959
B68 12 American Jewish Committee, Committee Reporter, Marcus, Robert S., 1947–1952; 1956–1959
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B69 1 American Council for Judaism, 1955–1959
B69 2 American Jewish Conference, 1945–1949
B69 3 American ORT Federation, 1952; 1955
B69 4 Anglo-Jewish Association, 1952; 1954–1955
B69 5 B'nai B'rith, 1956; 1959
B69 6 B'nai B'rith, newsclippings, 1956
B69 7 Board of Deputies of British Jews, 1949
B69 8 Bohrer, Randolph, 1952–1957
B69 9 Conference of Christians and Jews, 1947; 1949–1950
B69 10 Consultation with other organizations, 1949–1951
B69 11 Consultive Council of Jewish Organizations, 1956
B69 12 Grossman, Kurt R., 1950–1957
B69 13 Hebrew Immigration Aid Society, 1958
B69 14 Independent Zionists of America, 1957
B69 15 International Labour Office, 1949–1951; 1955–1958
B69 16 International League for the Rights of Man, 1951–1956
B69 17 International Red Cross, 1947–1952
B69 18 International Tracing Office, 1954–1955; 1957
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B70 1 Interpreter releases, 1947–1948
B70 2 Israel Newspaper, 1949
B70 3 Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1947–1952; 1956–1958
B70 4 Jewish Chronicle, 1952–1955
B70 5 Jewish Cultural Reconstruction, Inc., 1949
B70 6 Jewish Life, Organ of Morning Freiheit Association, 1949
B70 7 Jewish National Fund, 1957
B70 8 Jewish National Workers Alliance, 1945–1950
B70 9 Jewish Newsletter, Jewish World News Service, 1948–1949
B70 10 Jewish World News Service, 1949
B70 11 Joffo, David P., 1949
B70 12 Joint Distribution Committee with World Jewish Congress, 1947–1949; 1953–1956
B70 13 Joint Distribution Committee, 1947–1948
B70 14 Lourie, Arthur, Israeli Consulate, 1949–1950
B70 15 Messages From Jewish Communities Around the Globe to American Jewry on its Tercentenary Celebration, 1955
B70 16 National Council on Naturalization and Citizenship, 1956
B70 17 National Community Relations Advisory Council, 1947; 1950–1959
B70 18 National Jewish Welfare Board, 1948
B70 19 Palcor; Middle East Bulletin, 1948
B70 20 Palestine Affairs, 1948–1949
B70 21 Peace Councils, 1949–1955
B70 22 Rabbinical Council of America, 1956
B70 23 United Jewish Appeal, 1949–1950, 1956
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B71 1 Society for Prevention of World War III, 1949–1950
B71 2 Union of International Organizations, yearbook, 1958
B71 3 United Palestine Appeal, 1948
B71 4 Unity in Dispersion, 1948–1949
B71 5 White, Lyman, 1953
B71 6 Who's Who in World Jewry, 1955
B71 7 World Sephardic communities, 1948; 1954
B71 8 World Jewish Directory, 1954
B71 9 World Union for Progressive Judaism, 1955
B71 10 World Union of Jewish Students, 1947–1950; 1958
B71 11 Zionist Emergency Council, 1948
B71 12 Zionist organizations, 1950–1952; 1956–1960
B71 13 Activities, editorial letters, 1947–1951
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B72 1 Intergroup Relations Program Survey, index cards, ca. 1949
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B73 1 Conference on Technical Assistance for Undeveloped Areas, 1950
B73 2 Latin American Emergency Conference on Israel, newsclippings, Montevideo, Uruguay, Jan–Feb 1956
B73 3 Latin American Emergency Conference on Israel, newsclippings, Montevideo, Uruguay, Mar 1956
B73 4 Latin American Emergency Conference on Israel, newsclippings, Montevideo, Uruguay, Mar–Jul 1956
B73 5 Congress of All Faiths, New Delhi-1960; Guiness, Paul, 1958–1959
B73 6 Conference on Jewish Organizations, foundation meeting, clippings, 1958
B73 7 Conference on Jewish Organizations, foundation meeting, press releases, 1958
B73 8 Conference on Jewish Organizations, foundation meeting, publicity, 1958–1959
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B74 1 Conference on Jewish Organizations, New York, 1958–1959
B74 2 Conference of Jewish Education, 1960
B74 3 Political report, Jul–Aug 1941
B74 4 Activity reports, European Jewry and refugees, 1941–1942
B74 5 Report on reparations, ca. 1945
B74 6 Activity reports, 1947–1951
B74 7 Have We Forgotten Malmedy?, Dec 1948
B74 8 Anti-Semitism in America, 1948
B74 9 Report on Activities of Political Department (N.Y.), 1949
B74 10 Present Migration Possibilities of Jews in Central and South American Countries (A Preliminary Study), Feb 1950
B74 11 Anti-Semitism reports, 1950
B74 12 Report on the Jewish Community Relations Agencies; Section I (McIver Report), May 1951
B74 13 Memorandum of the American Jewish Congress on “Report on the Jewish Community Relations Agencies,” Sep, 1951
B74 14 Report on the Jewish Community Relations Agencies, Nov 1951
B74 15 Information sheets, Office of Indemnification, 1951; 1953
B74 16 American Jewish Congress, memo on McIver Report, 1952
B74 17 The Slansky Trial and Its Background, 1953
B74 18 Statement on Anti-Semitism in West Germany 1953
B74 19 White Paper on the Trials of Jewish Leaders in Romania, 1954
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B75 1 Reports on anti-Semitism in Germany, 1954
B75 2 Program for the Political Department for the Year 1955, 1954–1955
B75 3 Reports, 1954; 1959
B75 4 World Jewish Congress statements at Four Power Conference, 1955
B75 5 Annual Report on the Middle East, 1956
B75 6 Eisenhower doctrine reports, 1957
B75 7 Statements, 1961–1968
B75 8 Statement at the Organization of American States by Perlzweig, Maurice L., 23 May 1963
B75 9 The Gary, Indiana Black Political Convention and the National Black Political Agenda, 1972
B75 10 Statements, reports, 1974–1975
B75 11 World Jewish Congress publications, ca. 1948; 1953
B75 12 Jewish Community Relations; An Analysis of the McIver Report, 1952
B75 13 The United Nations and the World Jewish Congress, 1955
B75 14 The Prosecution of War Criminals Since the End of the War, 1961
B75 15 World Jewry, Apr–May 1975
B75 16 A People at War; Life in Britain Today, 1943
B75 17 From Here On!, 1945
B75 18 Builders and Fighters; Hechalutz Yearbook, 1947
B75 19 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1951; 1953; 1956–1957
B75 20 Legislation D'Exception; Etat de Siege, Proclamations Militaires, Sequestres, Personnes par Restrictions, Ordres de Requisition, Arretes D'Execution, Nov 1956
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B76 1 Germany and Israel: Six Years Luxemburg Agreement, 1958
B76 2 The Newsletter; International Council of Jewish Women, Mar 1960
B76 3 Le Monde Juif; Revue du Centre de Documentation June Contempraine; Supplement on Eichmann, Adolf, Jun 1960
B76 4 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1960–1967
B76 5 Current Anti-Semitic Activities Abroad; A Survey, May 1963
B76 6 American Jewish Congress, Middle East reports, 1968; 1974–1975
B76 7 Non-World Jewish Congress publications, 1973–1976
B76 8 World Jewish Congress, press releases, 1948
B76 9 World Jewish Congress, press releases, Jan–May 1949
B76 10 World Jewish Congress, press releases, Jun–Dec 1949
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B77 1 World Jewish Congress, press releases, Jan–Jun 1950
B77 2 World Jewish Congress, press releases, Jul–Dec 1950
B77 3 World Jewish Congress, press releases, 1953
B77 4 World Jewish Congress, press releases, 1954
B77 5 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, press releases, 1966
B77 6 United States, Department of State, press releases, 1945
B77 7 United States, Department of State, press releases, 1954
B77 8 Mimeographs, 1946
B77 9 Mimeographs, 1947
B77 10 Mimeographs, Jan–Jun 1948
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B78 1 Mimeographs, Jul–Aug 1948
B78 2 Mimeographs, Jan–Jun 1949
B78 3 Mimeographs, Jul–Dec 1949
B78 4 Mimeographs, Jan–May 1950
B78 5 Mimeographs, Jun–Sep 1950
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B79 1 Mimeographs, Oct–Dec 1950
B79 2 Mimeographs, 1951
B79 3 Mimeographs, 1953–1962
B79 4 Mimeographs, 1963–1965
B79 5 Mimeographs, 1966
B79 6 Petition by Argentina to Soviet writers, human rights (Spanish), 1959
B79 7 Telephone directory for World Jewish Congress, 1966
B79 8 Map, “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,” New Times, Undated
Subseries 3. United Nations Files. 1937–1977.[59 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Contains material pertaining to the WJC's work and cooperation with the United Nations. Topics in this subseries include genocide, human rights, missing persons, non-governmental organizations, and Post-War Planning. Noteworthy in this subseries are files on numerous UN conferences, such as the United Nations Conference on International Organizations in 1945. The subseries concludes with a large amount of material on the United Nations General Assembly and its various sessions, commissions and committees for the years 1945–1972, together with records pertaining to the United Nations Economic and Social Council for the same time period.
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B79 9 Correspondence, 1945–1946
B79 10 Correspondence, 1947–1948
B79 11 Correspondence, 1949
B79 12 Correspondence, 1950
B79 13 Correspondence, 1951, 1955
B79 14 Correspondence, 1956–1962
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B80 1 Correspondence, 1964–1968
B80 2 Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1954–1955
B80 3 Grossman, Kurt R., reports on attendance, 1950
B80 4 Hyman, Abraham S., 1953–1956
B80 5 Jacoby, Gerhard, 1952–1953
B80 6 Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1959; 1961–1968
B80 7 Robinson, Nehemiah, 1947–1949, 1952, 1957–1966
B80 8 Robinson, Nehemiah, A–F, 1948–1960
B80 9 Robinson, Nehemiah, R–Z, 1957–1962
B80 10 Belgium, 1945
B80 11 Hungary, 1950
B80 12 Israel, United Nations delegation, 1949
B80 13 Israel, admission to, 1949
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B81 1 Israel, black book, Feb 1957
B81 2 Israel, Middle East Information series, Nov 1960
B81 3 Israel and the Middle East Information Series II: Israel and Africa and developing countries, 1967; 1971
B81 4 Italy, 1944–1945
B81 5 Libya, 1949–1952
B81 6 Middle East, United Nations General Assembly and Security Council Reports, 1954, 1966–1967
B81 7 Middle East, United Nations General Assembly and Security Council Reports, 1968
B81 8 Middle East, United Nations General Assembly and Security Council Reports, 1969–1971
B81 9 Middle East, Report of the Secretary General Under Security Council Resolution 331 (1973) of 20 April 1973, May 1973
B81 10 Palestine, Nation; The Palestine Problem and Proposals for its Solution, Part II, May 1947
B81 11 Palestine, memos, 1947
B81 12 Poland, correspondence, reports, 1945–1947
B81 13 Romania, 1945–1946
B81 14 Tunisia, correspondence, reports, 1944–1945
B81 15 USSR, 1945
B81 16 Western Hemisphere, Report on Contracts and Tasks in the Western Hemisphere, 1946
B81 17 American Association for the United Nations, 1950
B81 18 American Jewish Conference, 1945–1946
B81 19 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, 1965–1966
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B82 1 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, 1967
B82 2 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, 1968
B82 3 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, 1969
B82 4 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, 1970
B82 5 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, 1971
B82 6 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, Lerner, Nathan, 1963–1966
B82 7 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1963–1965
B82 8 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, Middle East and North Africa, 1953–1960
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B83 1 Federation Internationale des Droits de L'Homme, Middle East and North Africa, 1961–1969
B83 2 International Red Cross, convention for the protection of civilian persons in time of war, 1949–1950
B83 3 International Red Cross, Geneva Convention, 1948–1950, 1953
B83 4 International Red Cross, Egyptian Jewish situation, 1956–1957
B83 5 International Red Cross, Magen David, May 1957
B83 6 International Red Cross, refugees, 1950
B83 7 International Red Cross, 17 th Conference, Stockholm, 1948
B83 8 International Red Cross, 17 th Conference, Stockholm, 1948
B83 9 International Red Cross, Is the International Red Cross Authorized to Intervene on Behalf of the Jews in Iraq Deprived of Their Nationality, Apr 1951
B83 10 International Red Cross, Report on the 18 th International Conference of the Red Cross, Aug 1952
B83 11 Organization of American States, 1958; 1961–1966
B83 12 Organization of American States, 1967–1969
B83 13 Organization of American States, Inter-American Human Rights Court, May 1963
B83 14 Union of Hebrew Congregations, American Jewish Conference, 1945
B83 15 Unitarian Service Committee, 1942–1945
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B84 1 United Nations Association, 1966–1971
B84 2 World Federation of United Nations Association, 1948; 1958
B84 3 Calendar Reform, 1954, 1956
B84 4 Discrimination, 1949–1950; 1953
B84 5 Freedom of information, 1948
B84 6 Genocide, 1947
B84 7 Genocide, 1948
B84 8 Genocide, 1949
B84 9 Genocide, 1950–1951
B84 10 Genocide, 1962
B84 11 Genocide, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1947–1948
B84 12 Genocide, Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1948–1952; 1959, 1961–1966
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B85 1 Genocide, Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1967
B85 2 Genocide, Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1968–1969
B85 3 Genocide, Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1970
B85 4 Genocide, Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1971–1972
B85 5 Genocide, Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, 1948–1949
B85 6 Genocide Convention, ratification, 1949–1953
B85 7 Genocide Convention, 1964–1967
B85 8 Hammarskjold, Dag, invitation, 1960–1961, 1963
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B86 1 Human environment, 1971–1973
B86 2 Human rights, 1944–1945
B86 3 Human rights, 1946
B86 4 Human rights, 1947
B86 5 Human rights, 1948
B86 6 Human rights, 1949
B86 7 Human rights, Jan–Jun 1950
B86 8 Human rights, Jul–Dec 1950
B86 9 Human rights, 1951
B86 10 Human rights, 1952
B86 11 Human rights, 1953
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B87 1 Human rights, 1954
B87 2 Human rights, 1955
B87 3 Human rights, 1956
B87 4 Human rights, 1957
B87 5 Human rights, 1958
B87 6 Human rights, 1959
B87 7 Human rights, 1960
B87 8 Human rights, 1961–1962
B87 9 Human rights, 1963
B87 10 Human rights, 1964
B87 11 Human rights, 1965
B87 12 Human rights, 1966
B87 13 Human rights, 1967–1968
B87 14 Human rights, 1969
B87 15 Human rights, Commission on Human Rights, 1948
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B88 1 Human rights, 12 th Session, 1950–1951
B88 2 Human rights, United Nations General Assembly, 5 th Session, 1950
B88 3 Human rights, Sub-commission on Protection of Minorities and Prevention of Discrimination, 1954–1959
B88 4 Human rights, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1947
B88 5 Human rights, Bienenfeld, Franz R., Jan–May 1948
B88 6 Human rights, Bienenfeld, Franz R., Jun–Dec 1948
B88 7 Human rights, Observations on H. Lauterpracht's Report on International Bill of Rights, Feb 1948
B88 8 Human rights, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1949
B88 9 Human rights, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1951
B88 10 Human rights, Easterman, Alexander L., 1947–1949
B88 11 Human rights, Jacobs, Monty, 1953–1961
B88 12 Human rights, Jacoby, Gerhard, 1951–1952
B88 13 Human rights, Jacoby, Gerhard, statements, 1957–1959
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B89 1 Human rights, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., 1948
B89 2 Human rights, Marcus, Robert S., newsclippings, 1947–1948
B89 3 Human rights, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1949
B89 4 Human rights, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1950–1951
B89 5 Human rights, Perlzweig, Maurice L., speeches, 1955–1957
B89 6 Human rights, Riegner, Gerhart M., 1947–1948
B89 7 Human rights, Robinson, Nehemiah, 1951–1952
B89 8 Human rights, fifteenth anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1962
B89 9 Human rights, Zacklin, Ralph, 1962
B89 10 Human rights, International League for the Rights of Man, 1956; 1958
B89 11 Human rights, United States Mission to the United Nations, Oct 1955
B89 12 Human rights, anti-Semitic incidents, 1959–1960
B89 13 Human rights, anti-Semitism, 1958–1961
B89 14 Human rights, Manifestations of Anti-Semitism, 1961
B89 15 Human rights, Code of Offenses Against the Peace and Security of Mankind, 1957
B89 16 Human rights, Convention on Slavery, 1955
B89 17 Human rights, discrimination, statements, 1958–1959
B89 18 Human rights, discrimination, 1959–1964
B89 19 Human rights, Declaration of the Right of Asylum, 1960
B89 20 Human rights, International Covenant of Human rights, 1948
B89 21 Human rights, Dumbarton Oaks Agreement, 1944–1945
B89 22 Human rights, 15 th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1963–1964
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B90 1 Human rights, Freedom of Information, Commission on Human Rights, 1951
B90 2 Human rights, Genocide Convention, 1949–1951
B90 3 Human rights, Genocide Convention, 1961–1963
B90 4 Human rights, International Covenant on Human Rights, 1949–1951
B90 5 Human rights, minority rights, 1945
B90 6 Human rights, protection of civilians in time of war, 1949–1951
B90 7 Human rights, World Jewish Congress reception, 1950
B90 8 Human rights, emigration rights, 1960–1961
B90 9 Human rights, 10 th Anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Human Rights, 1958
B90 10 Human rights, United Nations charter, 1945
B90 11 Human rights, reports, 1947–1949
B90 12 Human rights, committee summary records, 1948
B90 13 Human rights, Memorandum Concerning the Validity of the Post-Versailles Treaties and Other Instruments of International Protection of Minorities, Dec 1950
B90 14 Human rights, Memorandum Concerning the Draft First International Covenant on Human Rights, 1950
B90 15 Human rights, United Nations reports, Grossman, Kurt R., 1950
B90 16 Human rights, statements, reports, 1950–1955
B90 17 Human rights, Jews in Iraq, 1951
B90 18 Human rights, Draft Code of Offenses Against the Peace and Security of Mankind and the Draft Statute for an International Criminal Court, 1953
B90 19 Human rights, The Covenants on Human Rights Before the General Assembly of the United Nations, 1954
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B91 1 Human rights, statements, reports, 1955–1959
B91 2 Human rights, Manifestations of Anti-Semitism and Other Forms of Racial Prejudices and Religious Intolerance of a Similar Nature; Questionnaire on Anti-Semitism, Mar 1960
B91 3 Human rights, statements, reports, 1962–1965
B91 4 Human rights, statements, reports, 1966
B91 5 Human rights, statements, reports, 1967; 1970
B91 6 Human rights, Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in the Charter of the United Nations, Robinson, Jacob, 1946
B91 7 Human rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1949
B91 8 Human rights, South American publications, submissions, 1950; 1962–1965
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B92 1 International Convention on Jewish Children in Non-Jewish Homes, 1947
B92 2 International Year for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination — 1971, 1969–1970
B92 3 International Year for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination — 1971, 1971–1972
B92 4 International Year for Human Rights, 1964–1966
B92 5 International Year for Human Rights, 1967
B92 6 International Year for Human Rights, Jan–Mar 1968
B92 7 International Year for Human Rights, Apr–May 1968
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B93 1 International Year for Human Rights, Jun–Sep 1968
B93 2 International Year for Human Rights, Oct–Dec 1968
B93 3 International Year for Human Rights, 1969
B93 4 International Women's Year, 1975
B93 5 Italian colonies, 1949–1950
B93 6 Jewish Center for the United Nations, 1965
B93 7 Latin American pogroms, 1946
B93 8 Latin America migration, 1950
B93 9 Migration, Handbook of International Measures for Protection of Migrants and General Conditions to be in Their Settlement, 1953
B93 10 Miscellaneous court cases, M, Mayer-Montefacone, 1937–1946
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B94 1 Miscellaneous court cases, M, Moore-Myles, 1940–1946
B94 2 Missing persons, 1948–1949
B94 3 Missing persons, General Correspondence, 1949–1951
B94 4 Missing persons, death of, 1949–1951
B94 5 Missing persons, ratification of convention on missing persons, 1950–1951; 1957
B94 6 Missing persons, summary reports, 1948–1950
B94 7 Missing persons, memorandum on International Convention on Missing Persons, 1948
B94 8 Missing persons, The Convention on the Declaration of Missing Persons and the Activities of the World Jewish Congress, May 1950
B94 9 Missing persons, United Nations Conference on Declaration of Death of Missing Persons, 1950
B94 10 Missing persons, Convention on Declaration of Death of Missing Persons (Yiddish, Spanish) 1950
B94 11 Missing persons, International Bureau for Declarations of Death Bulletin, Feb 1953
B94 12 Missing persons, International Bureau for Declarations of Death Bulletin, 1955–1956
B94 13 Missing persons, Jan 1961
B94 14 Neo-Nazism, 1962
B94 15 Ording, Aake, One Day's Pay Collection, 1947
B94 16 Population census, 1947
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B95 1 Post-War Planning, International Bank for Reconstruction and International Monetary Fund, 1944
B95 2 Post-War Planning, International Law of the Future, 1944
B95 3 Post-War Planning, Bretton Woods agreements, 1944–1945
B95 4 Post-War Planning, International Organization-League of Nations, ILO, Permanent Court of International Justice, Karbach, Oscar, 1943
B95 5 Post-War Planning, The New World Order, Mar 1941
B95 6 Post-War Planning, international organization before and after Dumbarton Oaks, 1944
B95 7 Post-War Planning, International Organization of Cultural Problems, 1944
B95 8 Post-War Planning, Jewish representation, 1942–1944
B95 9 Post-War Planning, reparations, indemnification, study report, 1945
B95 10 Post-War Planning, Report on the Conference of the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, Nov 1944
B95 11 Post-War Planning, Restitution of Property, Bienenfeld, Franz R., with observations by Robinson, Jacob, and Robinson, Nehemiah, 1945
B95 12 Post-War Planning, The Pact of the League of Arab States and the Charter of the United Nations, 14 May 1945
B95 13 Protection of refugees and stateless persons, 1951
B95 14 Protection of refugees and stateless persons, 1952
B95 15 Protection of refugees and Stateless persons, 1952
B95 16 Ratification of United Nations conventions, 1952
B95 17 Refugees, 1948–1949
B95 18 Refugees, International Social Service, 1949
B95 19 Restitution, Belgium, 1946
B95 20 Restitution, Czechoslovakia, 1944–1948
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B96 1 United Nations charter revision, 1954
B96 2 United Nations charter revision, 1955
B96 3 Shecita, laws and animal protection groups, 1961
B96 4 Stateless persons, 1948; 1953; 1960
B96 5 Memorandum Submitted by World Jewish Congress to the United Nations Conference on the Elimination or Reduction of Future Statelessness, 1961
B96 6 United Nations charter, 1945
B96 7 United States immigration, Memorandum to the State Department in Opposition to the Admission of Former Nazis Under Our Immigration Laws, 1949
B96 8 Use of community welfare centers, 1952
B96 9 World Jewish Congress, steering committee, 1952
B96 10 Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 1944–1945
B96 11 Dumbarton Oaks Conference, reports, 1945
B96 12 Dumbarton Oaks Conference, press releases, publications, 1944–1945
B96 13 San Francisco Conference, 1945
B96 14 San Francisco Conference, Perlzweig, Maurice L., Jun 1945
B96 15 San Francisco Conference, Joint Memorandum to the San Francisco Conference, 1945
B96 16 San Francisco Conference, Joint Memorandum to the San Francisco Conference, Vol. II, 1945
B96 17 San Francisco Conference, memoranda, 1945
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B97 1 San Francisco Conference, reports, 1945
B97 2 San Francisco Conference, press releases, Apr–May 1945
B97 3 San Francisco Conference, press releases, Jun 1945
B97 4 San Francisco Conference, outside press releases, 1945
B97 5 San Francisco Conference, San Francisco 1945 and 1955, Robinson, Nehemiah, 1955
B97 6 San Francisco charter, 1945–1946
B97 7 San Francisco charter, Report to the President on the Results of the San Francisco Conference, Jun, 1945
B97 8 San Francisco charter, publications, 1945
B97 9 San Francisco charter, From Here On!, 1949
B97 10 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, General1945
B97 11 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, General, Document 1 — G/1, 1945
B97 12 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, General, Document 2 — G/7, 1944
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B98 1 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, General, Document 2 — G/7, Jan–Apr 1945
B98 2 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, General, Document 2 — G/7, May 1945
B98 3 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, General, Document 2 — G/14, 1945
B98 4 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission I, report, May–Jun 1945
B98 5 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission I — Committee 1, report, May 1945
B98 6 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission I — Committee 1, report, Jun 1945
B98 7 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission I — Committee 2, report, Jun 1945
B98 8 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission II, report, May–Jun 1945
B98 9 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission II — Committee 1, report, Jun 1945
B98 10 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission II — Committee 2, report, Jun 1945
B98 11 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission II — Committee 4, report, Jun 1945
B98 12 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission III, report, Jun 1945
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B99 1 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission III — Committee 1, report, May 1945
B99 2 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission III — Committee 1, report, Jun 1945
B99 3 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission III — Committee 2, report, Jun 1945
B99 4 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission III — Committee 3, report, May–Jun 1945
B99 5 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission III — Committee 4, report, May 1945
B99 6 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission IV, report, May–Jun 1945
B99 7 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission IV — Committee 1, report, May 1945
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B100 1 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission IV — Committee 1, minutes, 1–9 Jun 1945
B100 2 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission IV — Committee 1, minutes, 10–16 Jun 1945
B100 3 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Commission IV — Committee 2, report, May–Jun 1945
B100 4 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Coordination Committee, Jun 1945
B100 5 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Order of the Day, Jun 1945
B100 6 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Precis of Committee Meetings, 1945
B100 7 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Steering Committee, May–Jun 1945
B100 8 United Nations Conference on International Organizations, Journal, Jun 1945
B100 9 United Nations General Assembly, 1949
B100 10 United Nations General Assembly, 1951
B100 11 United Nations General Assembly, 1952–1953
B100 12 United Nations General Assembly, 1960–1962
B100 13 United Nations General Assembly, 1964; 1967
B100 14 United Nations General Assembly, 1 st Session, publications, 1946
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B101 1 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Session, 1948
B101 2 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Session, Roundup of the Third Regular Session of the General Assembly, 1949
B101 3 United Nations General Assembly, 4 th Session, 1949
B101 4 United Nations General Assembly, 4 th Session, Round-Up, Fourth Regular Session of the General Assembly, Dec, 1949
B101 5 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Session, Resolutions Adopted by the General Assembly During its Sixth Session, 1952
B101 6 United Nations General Assembly, 7 th Session, Consultive Council of Jewish Organizations, Special Report of the 7 th Session of the General Assembly, 1952
B101 7 United Nations General Assembly, 7 th Session, Resolutions Adopted by the General Assembly During its Seventh Session, 1952–1953
B101 8 United Nations General Assembly, 8 th Session, 1953
B101 9 United Nations General Assembly, 9 th and 10 th Sessions, 1954–1955
B101 10 United Nations General Assembly, 10 th Session, The Tenth Session of the General Assembly, 1955
B101 11 United Nations General Assembly, 12 th Session, 1957
B101 12 United Nations General Assembly, 12 th Session, The Twelfth Regular Session of the U.N. Regular Session, What Will it Deal With?, Sep 1957
B101 13 United Nations General Assembly, 13 th Session, 1958
B101 14 United Nations General Assembly, 13 th Session, The Thirteenth Regular Session of the U.N. General Assembly, Sep 1958
B101 15 United Nations General Assembly, 27 th Session, provisional verbatim record, Nov–Dec 1972
B101 16 United Nations General Assembly, 27 th Session, provisional verbatim record, Dec 1972
B101 17 United Nations General Assembly, 27 th Session, reports, Israeli practices in occupied territories, 1972
B101 18 United Nations General Assembly, 27 th Session, reports, 1972
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B102 1 United Nations General Assembly, 27 TH Session, press releases, 1972
B102 2 United Nations General Assembly, 27 th Session, The 27 th Session of the U.N. General Assembly, Jan 1973
B102 3 United Nations General Assembly, 28 th Session, provisional verbatim record, Oct 1973
B102 4 United Nations General Assembly, 28 th Session, provisional verbatim record, Oct–Dec 1973
B102 5 United Nations General Assembly, 28 th Session, reports, 1973
B102 6 United Nations General Assembly, 28 th Session, press releases, Jan 1974
B102 7 United Nations General Assembly, 29 th Session, Issues of Concern to the WJC at the U.N. 29 th General Assembly, 1974
B102 8 United Nations General Assembly, 29 th Session, reports, 1974
B102 9 United Nations General Assembly, 31 st Session, press releases, Sep 1977
B102 10 United Nations General Assembly, 5 th Emergency Special Session, 1967
B102 11 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, Report on the Deliberations of the Third Committee of the General Assembly on Human Rights, Nov 1953
B102 12 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, Memorandum Submitted to the Members of the Third Committee of the Ninth Regular Session of the General Assembly by the World Jewish Congress, Oct 1954
B102 13 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, The Draft Code Against the Peace and Security of Mankind and the Draft Statute for an International Criminal Court, 1957
B102 14 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, report, 1957
B102 15 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, report, 1958
B102 16 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, report, 1959–1960
B102 17 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, report, 1961
B102 18 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, Declarations of Freedom of Information and Right of Asylum, 1961
B102 19 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, anti-Semititsm, 1965
B102 20 United Nations General Assembly, 3 rd Committee, 1966
B102 21 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Committee, The Draft Code of Offenses Against the Peace and Security of Mankind and the Draft Statute for an International Crime Court, 1957
B102 22 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Committee, Measures to Prevent International Terrorism, Sep–Nov 1972
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B103 1 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Committee, Measures to Prevent International Terrorism, Nov–Dec 1972
B103 2 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Committee, report, Measures to Prevent International Terrorism, Nov, 1972
B103 3 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Committee, press releases, 1972
B103 4 United Nations General Assembly, 6 th Committee, press releases, 1973
B103 5 United Nations General Assembly, Ad Hoc Committee on International Terrorism, 1973
B103 6 United Nations General Assembly, Special Political Committee, report, 1972–1973
B103 7 United Nations General Assembly, Special Political Committee, publicity, 1972
B103 8 United Nations General Assembly, Special Political Committee, publicity, 1973
B103 9 United Nations General Assembly, Special Committee on Palestine, 1947
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B104 1 United Nations General Assembly, Special Committee on Palestine, Memorandum to the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine, 1947
B104 2 United Nations General Assembly, Special Committee on Palestine, memoranda of Central Committee of Liberated Jews in displaced persons camps and Jewish Agency, 1947–1948
B104 3 United Nations General Assembly, Special Committee on Palestine, reports, 1947–1948
B104 4 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, 1948–1951
B104 5 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 5 th Session, 1957
B104 6 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 6 th Session, 1957
B104 7 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 7 th Session, Nov 1957
B104 8 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 7 th Session, Dec 1957
B104 9 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 7 th Session, 1958
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B105 1 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 8 th Session, 1958
B105 2 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 9 th Session, 1958
B105 3 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 1 st Session, 1959
B105 4 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 1 st Special Session, 1959
B105 5 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 2 nd Session, 1959
B105 6 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 2 nd Session, 1960
B105 7 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 3 rd Session, Feb–Mar 1960
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B106 1 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Executive Committee, 3 rd Session, Mar–Apr, 1960
B106 2 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, Feature Service, 1957
B106 3 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, press releases, 1958
B106 4 United Nations General Assembly, High Commissioner for Protection of Refugees, press releases, 1959–1960
B106 5 United Nations General Assembly, International Law Commission, reports, 1948–1954, 1957
B106 6 United Nations General Assembly, International Law Commission, memoranda, 1949–1950
B106 7 United Nations General Assembly, International Law Commission, 1950
B106 8 United Nations General Assembly, International Law Commissions, Statement of the American Jewish Congress Urging Ratification of the Genocide Convention, Jan 1950
B106 9 United Nations General Assembly, International Law Commission, meeting, Jun 1950
B106 10 United Nations General Assembly, Conciliation Commission for Palestine, Final Report of the United Nations Economic Survey Mission for the Middle East, 1949–1950
B106 11 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. I, 1956
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B107 1 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. II, 1956
B107 2 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. II, 1956
B107 3 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. III, 1956
B107 4 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. III, 1956
B107 5 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. IV, 1956
B107 6 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. IV, 1956
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B108 1 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. V, 1956
B108 2 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, vol. V., 1956
B108 3 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on the International Energy Agency, Report of the Preparatory Commission of the International Atomic Energy Agency, 1957
B108 4 United Nations General Assembly, agreements with other bodies, 1958
B108 5 United Nations General Assembly, calendar reform, 1949–1950
B108 6 United Nations General Assembly, calendar reform, 1967
B108 7 United Nations General Assembly, Conference on Declaration of Death of Missing Persons, summary records, 1950
B108 8 United Nations General Assembly, Food and Agriculture Organization, 1969–1971
B108 9 United Nations General Assembly, freedom of information, 1960
B108 10 United Nations General Assembly, Israel delegation, 1949
B108 11 United Nations General Assembly, World Jewish Congress at, 1953–1957
B108 12 United Nations General Assembly, Treatment of Indians in South Africa, Before The General Assembly of the United Nations, Dec, 1946
B108 13 United Nations General Assembly, memorandums, 1949–1950
B108 14 United Nations General Assembly, reports, 1953
B108 15 United Nations General Assembly, reports, 1970–1972
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B109 1 United Nations General Assembly, publications, 1947–1948
B109 2 United Nations General Assembly, publications, 1950; 1952
B109 3 United Nations General Assembly, publications, 1971–1973
B109 4 United Nations General Assembly, 1950; 1958
B109 5 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1945–1946
B109 6 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1947
B109 7 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1948
B109 8 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1949
B109 9 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1950
B109 10 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1951
B109 11 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1952–1953
B109 12 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1955
B109 13 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1956–1959
B109 14 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1960–1964
B109 15 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1969–1970
B109 16 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1949
B109 17 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Bienenfeld, Franz R., 1951
B109 18 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Easterman, Alexander L., 1949–1951
B109 19 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Jacoby, Gerhard, 1953–1954
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B110 1 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Perlzweig, Maurice L., 1950–1951
B110 2 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Riegner, Gerhart M., 1951–1952
B110 3 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Weiss, Paul, 1946–1949
B110 4 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 6 th Session, agenda, 1948
B110 5 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 6 th Session, summary records, 1948
B110 6 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 8 th Session, 1949
B110 7 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 9 th Session, 1949
B110 8 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 10 th Session, 1949–1950
B110 9 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 11 th Session, 1950–1951
B110 10 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 11 th Session, refugees, 1950
B110 11 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 12 th Session, 1950–1951
B110 12 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 12 th Session, publications, 1951
B110 13 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 13 th Session, Report of Dr. Bienenfeld on the Thirteenth Session of the ECOSOC, 1951
B110 14 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 13 th Session, The 13 th Session of the Economic and Social Council, Robinson, Nehemiah, Jul 1951
B110 15 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 15 th Session, summary records, 1953
B110 16 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 16 th Session, summary records, 1953
B110 17 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 17 th Session, statelessness, 1954
B110 18 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 18 th Session, summary record, Jul 1954
B110 19 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 19 th Session, 1955
B110 20 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 26 th Session, Annual Report of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, 1958
B110 21 United Nations Economic and Social Council, 36 th Session, Thirty-Sixth Session of the Economic and Social Council, Item 21 of Provisional Agenda, Jun 1963
B110 22 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Committee on Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Governmental Organizations, summary records, 1946–1948
B110 23 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Council Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations, publicity, 1950–1952
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B111 1 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Social Committee, 16 th Session, summary records, 1953
B111 2 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 1945–1949
B111 3 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 1950–1951
B111 4 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 1953–1955
B111 5 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, Dubinsky, Harvey, 1946–1949
B111 6 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, hijacking, 1969–1974
B111 7 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, Riegner, Gerhart M., 1953
B111 8 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 6 th Session, 1950
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B112 1 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 7 th Session, agenda, 1951–1952
B112 2 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 7 th Session, agenda, 1951–1952
B112 3 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, 7 th Session, summary records, Apr–May 1951
B112 4 United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission