Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe, Great Britain, Correspondence and Parliamentary Debates

01.01.1943 - 31.12.1945

Reference Code : HT 11 - 8/ 4

Archive: Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe
Material status: Scanned
Date Type: Approximate


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- Correspondence between the Emergency Committee and British Embassy in Washington concerning rescue of European Jewry and opening the doors of Palestine for free immigration of Jews;
- Speech by Eleanor Rathbone, M.P. in House of Commons about the refugee question (Dec. 14, 1943);
- Extract from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) regarding right of the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees in London to deal directly with Germany in order to rescue the Jews in Nazi-occupied territories (Dec. 28, 1943);
- Parliamentary debates (Lord Wedgwood) on Great Britain's policy concerning the Jews;
- Correspondence between Congressman Emanuel Celler (NY) and Lord Halifax, British Ambassador, regarding rescue problems of European Jewry and Celler's suggestion to Churchill to establish an English War Refugee Board (Feb. 1944).