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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLICATIONS ON
JEWISH POST-WAR PROBLEMS
By
A
b r a h am
G.
D
u k e r
At the advice of the editors of the
Jewish Book Annual
, this
listing is limited to 110 items out of the literally thousands of
publications in the field of post-war reconstruction. Because of
space considerations, the criteria in the selection of the material
have been direct concern with Jewish problems and originality
or thoroughness of approach. For the same reasons we have
omitted declarations by governmental and other authorities
as well as resolutions by organizations, with the exceptions of
those by two rabbinical bodies. Omission of place of publication,
in the case of an article, signifies that the periodical in which it
appears is published in New York City.
1.
A
k z i n
, B
e n j a m i n
,
“The Jewish Question after the War,”
Harpers Magazine
,
September 19^1.
The solution is mass emigration.
2 . A
m e r i c a n
I
n s t i t u t e
o n
J
u d a i s m
a n d
a
J
u s t
a n d
E
n d u r i n g
P
e a c e
U
n d e r
t h e
A
u s p i c e s
o f
t h e
C
om m i s s i o n
o n
J
u s t i c e
a n d
P
e a c e
o f
t h e
C
e n t r a l
C
o n f e r e n c e
o f
A
m e r i c a n
R
a b b i s
,
A
S t a t e m e n t o n J u d a i s m a n d a J u s t a n d
E n d u r i n g P e a c e . C i n c i n n a t i , O h i o , [ 1 9 4 3 ] , 15 p p .
T h e a t t i t u d e o f t h e R a b -
b i n i c a l b o d y o f R e f o r m J u d a i s m .
3.
A
m e r i c a n
J
e w i s h
C
o m m i t t e e
, R
e s e a r c h
I
n s t i t u t e
o n
P
e a c e
a n d
P
o s t
-
W
a r
P
r o b l e m s
, G o v e r n m e n t s - i n - E x i l e o n J e w i s h R i g h t s , e d i t e d b y A b r a h a m
G.
D u k e r . N e w Y o r k ,
1942, 64
p p .
C o m p i l a t i o n a n d a n a l y s i s o f d o c u m e n t s
r e l a t i n g t o t h e a t t i t u d e o f t h e G o v e r n m e n t s - i n - e x i l e o n J e w i s h r i g h t s .
4. T
he
A
merican
J
ewish
C
ommittee
, R
esearch
I
nstitute
on
P
eace
and
P
ost
-W
ar
P
roblems
, Jewish Post-War Problems — A Study Course in 8
Units, edited by Abraham
G.
Duker and Michael Alper. New York,
1942-
1943.
Contains the following units: Why Study Post-War Problems,
32
pp.
The Two World Wars
A Comparison and Contrast,
40
pp. How the Jewish
Communities Prepared for Peace During the First World War,
48
pp. Europe
Between the Two World Wars
(1919-1939), 40
pp. The position o f the Jews in
the Post-War World,
64
pp. Palestine in the New World,
72
pp. Economic
Reconstruction and Migration.
80
pp. Jewish Survival in the Democracy o f
the Future.
16
pp.
5.
American Jewish Committee, Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Prob
-
lems,
Post-War Migrations — Proposals for an International Agency, 54 pp.
Analysis of official and unofficial statements on the need for post-war migra-
tions.
6.
American Jewish Conference, Committee on Preliminary Studies
, Survey of
Facts and Opinions on Problems of Post-War Jewrv in Europe and Palestine.
New York, 1943, 143 pp.
7.
A
u f r i c h t
, H
a n s
,
“Some Prerequisites of Jewish Post-War Adjustment,”
The Jewish Forum,
April 1943.
For minority protection everywhere under
international jurisdiction.
8.
B
a r o n
, S
a l o
W., “Reflections on the future of the Jews in Europe,”
Jewish
Social Service Quarterly
, September 1940.
Contemporary Jewish Record
, July-
August 1940. An early war-time view.
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