The reception of 35,000 Jewish survivors of Nazi persecution and their dependents in the decade following the Second World War represents a watershed moment in Canadian Jewish history. The unprecedented scale of the relief effort, compounded by the unique social, psychological, and emotional needs of the survivors challenged the established Jewish community and resettlement agents alike.
Adara Goldberg s Researched in basement archives and as well as across Holocaust survivors kitchen tables,
Holocaust Survivors in Canada
University of Manitoba Press
Exclusion, Inclusion, Transformation, 1947-1955
Studies in Immigration and Culture
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