Who Aids the Refugee?

Horlings, Albert
January 1941
New Republic;1/13/41, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p43
Focuses on aids offered to refugees by various organizations in the U.S. Claims that for the alleviation of the great mass of the conquered peoples of Europe, relatively little is being done by Americans; Description of three principal types of offered aid; Comments on the problem of Jews; Relief given by Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) to Germany and her captive states; Work and goal of JDC; Approach of National Refugee Service in helping refugees; List of organizations aiding refugees.


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