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Yehuda Bauer: My Brother's Keeper

A History of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee 1929-1939


[Holocaust preparations in Europe and resistance without solution of the situation]

The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia 1974

Transcription with subtitles by Michael Palomino (2007)

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Chapter 1. A Time of Crisis: 1929-1932

[1.4. Jewish Populations in Eastern Europe 1921-1929]

The need for these reconstruction plans was obvious as far as the Jewish population of Poland, Romania, and other countries in Eastern Europe was concerned. There were a considerable number of these Jews in 1929:

-- an estimated 2,850,000 in Poland (according to the 1921 census, or about 3,090,000 by 1929);
-- some 260,000 in Lithuania and Latvia (according to censuses held in 1921 in Lithuania and 1925 in Latvia);
-- in Romania an estimated 760,000 for 1925;
-- in Czechoslovakia, between 350,000 and 400,000;
-- in Hungary, some 450,000.

In all, some 5,000,000 Jews were (p.27)

living in these countries, or about 30 percent of all the Jews of the world (estimated at 15,000,000 in 1929).


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