Appendix 2: Documents

New York Times, May 3, 1920, p. 11

 

New York Times, May 5, 1920, p. 9

 

New York Times, May 1, 1920, p. 8

 

New York Times, May 5, 1920, p. 19

 

New York Times, April 21, 1926

 

New York Times

May 7, 1920, p. 11

 

New York Times

April 21, 1920, p. 8

 

New York Times, May 3, 1920, Editorial, p. 12

 

New York Times

November 12, 1919, p. 7.

 

New York Times

December 6, 1926, p. 1.

 

The Literary Digest, December 4, 1926

 

Resume of Activities of the Joint Distribution Committee for Lessing J. Rosenwald from Felix M. Warburg, November 21, 1935

Morris Engelman, Fifteen Years of Effort on Behalf of World Jewry,
New York: Ference Press, 1929, p. 7

 

Morris Engelman, Fifteen Years of Effort on Behalf of World Jewry,
New York: Ference Press, 1929, p. 9

 

Morris Engelman, Fifteen Years of Effort on Behalf of World Jewry,
New York: Ference Press, 1929, p. 23

 

Morris Engelman, Fifteen Years of Effort on Behalf of World Jewry,
New York: Ference Press, 1929, p. 35

 

Morris Engelman, Fifteen Years of Effort on Behalf of World Jewry,
New York: Ference Press, 1929, p. 10

 

Morris Engelman, Fifteen Years of Effort on Behalf of World Jewry,
New York: Ference Press, 1929, p. 39

From right to left: Felix Warburg of Kuhn & Loeb, New York, and Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee; Max Warburg of
the Warburg bank in Hamburg; Dr. Cyrus Adler member of the Executive Committee of the Joint Distribution Committee; Rev. H. Pereira Mendes; Morris Engelman, Member of the Executive Committee of the JDC.

 

"From across the sea, six million men and women call to us for help [...] six million human beings. [...] Six million men and women are dying [...] in the threatened holocaust of human life [...] six million famished men and women. Six million men and women are dying [...]"

The American Hebrew, Oct. 31, 1919, pp. 582f.
Martin H. Glynn was temporarily governor of the State of New York
between Oct. 17, 1913, and Dec. 31, 1914

 

"According to reliable information, the victims of the Austrians and Bulgarians exceeded 700,000. [...] Women, children, and old men were shut up in the churches by the Austrians, and either stabbed with bayonet or suffocated by means of asphyxiating gas."

The Daily Telegraph, March 22, 1916, p. 7

 

The Daily Telegraph, June 25, 1943, p. 5

 

The Jewish Press,
February 21, 1991

 

"Germans produce Zyklon B in Iraq [...]

(Iraq's German-made gas chamber)"

Response, Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring 1991

 


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