1. Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain: Board minutes and papers

    Papers of Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain, 1955-1963, comprise minutes and correspondence of the board of the Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain, covering such subjects as restitution claims; social work; the newsletter: AJR Information ; cultural activities; membership of the organisation.

  2. Documentation regarding restitution of property to Jewish refugees from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria who had emigrated to Great Britain and the United States

    Documentation regarding restitution of property to Jewish refugees from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria who had emigrated to Great Britain and the United States - Pamphlet of topics dealt with by the British Parliament, 15 November 1949; - Reports regarding the restitution of property to Jewish refugees from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria who had emigrated to Great Britain and the United States; - Correspondence between Dr. Filderman and people in authority and with various Jewish organizations; - Printouts of various laws regarding Jews and restitution of their property; - Report by Aureliu W...

  3. Records of the Religious Society of Friends in Great Britain: Friends Committee for Refugees and Aliens (FCRA)

    Contains meeting minutes of the Germany Emergency Committee, which was later renamed the Friends Committee for Refugees and Aliens (FCRA). Other documents discuss the situation of Jews in Germany, support for refugees, internment, political prisoners, and visits to concentration camps. The collection also includes the pamphlet “An Account of the Work of the Friends Committee for Refugees and Aliens, first known as the Germany Emergency Committee of the Society of Friends 1933–1950,” by Lawrence Dalton, issued in 1954, as well as various other pamphlets relating to the work of the Committee....

  4. German Trades Unions in Great Britain

    Papers of the Trade Union Centre for German Workers in Great Britain, 1941-1945, comprising newsletters, activity reports and and other material relating to the activities of the Trade Union Centre for German Workers in Great Britain.

  5. Arthur Szyk lithograph

    • Title page for Great Britain

    The multi-colored lithograph represents Arthur Szyk's conception of the entire history of Great Britain. At the top of the print, St. Edward's crown sits on top of a blue garter, representing the Order of the Garter, which surrounds the Coat of Arms of Great Britain. Flanking the coat of arms is the lion of England and the royal unicorn of Scotland. The Tudor rose, Union Jack, thistle of Scotland, shamrock of Ireland, and daffodil of Wales occur throughout the lithograph. Portraits of an industrial worker and a sailor, scenes of the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London, and a depict...

  6. Child refugees at Lowestoft Holiday Camp. Child refugees ...

    Child refugees at Lowestoft Holiday Camp. Child refugees having a meal at Pakefield Holiday Camp, Lowestoft, Suffolk.

  7. Correspondence of the Federation of Polish Jews in Great Britain on Polish Jews in Great Britain, 27 January 1944 - 27 January 1945

    Correspondence of the Federation of Polish Jews in Great Britain on Polish Jews in Great Britain, 27 January 1944 - 27 January 1945

  8. Association of Jewish Refugees, Serving Holocaust Refugees and Survivors Nationwide

    • AJR
  9. List of Passengers on the St Louis who found refuge in Great Britain

    Alphabetical list of names, with year of birth, of those St Louis passengers who found refuge in Great Britain.

  10. David Cheyney: papers relating to the Jewish Health Organisation of Great Britain

    This collection consists of David Cheyney's papers relating to his work as secretary of the Jewish Health Organisation of Great Britain. Included are notes of a German Jewish Aid Committee conference on medical aid for refugees, correspondence concerning arrangements with the Movement for the Care of Children from Germany for the safety and medical care of refugee children at hostels in Westgate-on-Sea (Kent) (1766/1), Claydon near Ipswich and Tulse Hill in London (1766/2). Also included is a copy of AJR newsletter (September 1943) (1766/4).

  11. List of refugees from Czernowitz

    List of refugees from Czernowitz The list details the last name, first name, place and year of birth. The list can be found in Yad Vashem Archives file P.12/40, pp. 140-141. The page numbers do not necessarily correspond with the frame numbers in the scan. The list/s contain approximately 111 names

  12. Name Index of refugees

    • Rigsarkivet
    • Navnekartotek over flygtninge
    • Danish, English
    • 1943-1945
    • 7 parcels

    Name Index of refugees (handed over/in 1956) 1943-1945. In alphabetical order.

  13. Photographs of Jewish Refugees in Cyprus

    Consists of one photograph album containing 44 photographic prints of Jewish refugees in British camps in Cyprus. The photographs show the arrival and internment of the refugees, as well as daily life and organized protests of the internment. The album was presented to the American Jewish Committee by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus in September 2007.

  14. Photograph of refugees in Sweden, ca. 1945

    The photograph depicts Ilse Schindler (checkered kerchief) and others anxiously awaiting their first meal minutes after their arrival in Malmö, Sweden, where they were brought after liberation on May 2, 1945, from Flensburg, Germany, (Flensborg, Denmark), as part of the Count Folke Bernadotte action.