Lost in A Labyrinth of Red Tape
The Story of An Immigration That FailedBook - 1996
Fewer than half of all the German Jews, who were discriminated against, persecuted, and eventually murdered by the Nazis, were able to save themselves by fleeing abroad. Sadly, a large number, deeply rooted in German culture, were unwilling or unable to emigrate; after Kristallnacht, the pogrom of 1938, the bureaucratic and financial obstacles to emigration became nearly insurmountable.
Publisher: Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press, 1996
Characteristics: viii, 173 p. : ill. ; 23 cm