Escape through Austria : Jewish refugees and the Austrian route to Palestine  pbk

edited by Thomas Albrich and Ronald W. Zweig

After World War II, Jewish refugee camps were scattered across Germany and Austria. Austria straddled the escape routes for the refugees from Central Europe to Italy, where they were able to board illegal immigrant ships for Mandatory Palestine. This work covers insights into modern Jewish history.

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  • The Zionist option - Israel and the Holocaust survivors in Austria, Thomas Albrich
  • upper Austria, intermediate stop - reception camps and housing schemes for Jewish DPs and refugees in transit, Michael John
  • Vienna - gateway to freedom? The Bricha and the Rothschild hospital, Christine Oertel
  • Jewish refugees aid in the Salzburg area - the Bricha and Betar network 1945-1948, Susanne Rolinek
  • prejudices and conflicts between locals and Jewish DPs in Salzburg and upper Austria, Norbert Ramp
  • between Brenner and Bari - Jewish refugees in Italy, 1945-1948, Eva Pfanzelter.

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書名 Escape through Austria : Jewish refugees and the Austrian route to Palestine
著作者等 Zweig, Ronald W
Albrich Thomas
巻冊次 pbk
出版元 Frank Cass
刊行年月 2001 , c2002
ページ数 [viii], 136 p.
大きさ H230 x W153
ISBN 0714682128
NCID BA57106468
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス