AntiSemitism

July 15 1938 Jewish Refugee Deception of President Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1945
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July 15 1938 Jewish Refugee Deception of President Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1945

Conference at Evian, France was convened at the initiative of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, to discuss the problem of Jewish refugees from Germany. For nine days, from July 6th to July 15th, delegates from thirty-two countries met at Évian-les-bains, France. The fact that the conference did not pass a resolution condemning the German treatment of […]

October 28, 1938 Fate of 120,000 Jews Debated
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October 28, 1938 Fate of 120,000 Jews Debated

International Herald Tribune Fate of 120,000 Jews Debated Berlin ― In contradiction to Warsaw reports last night [Oct. 28] that Poland and Germany had reached an agreement on the question, 120,000 Polish Jews today remained under German expulsion orders. Thousands, forced to flee from their German homes, spent last night and today in trains at […]

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1938 Henry Ford’s Antisemitism – Business Week Online
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1938 Henry Ford’s Antisemitism – Business Week Online

“On the occasion of his 75th birthday, in 1938, Henry Ford received a medal, the Grand Service Cross of the supreme order of the German eagle, from Adolf Hitler. Such was Hitler’s regard for the carmaker that at one time he kept a portrait of ford in his office and expressed his admiration in the […]

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Summer 1938 British Antisemitism – Everybody’s Magazine
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Summer 1938 British Antisemitism – Everybody’s Magazine

“Most of the alien doctors… are not always in accordance with the professional etiquette of this country.” Source: Sir Martin Gilbert:  British Policy towards Jewish Refugees 1933 to 1946; Miriam Rothschild and John Foster Human Rights Trust

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1938 Henry Ford Receives the Grand Cross of German Eagle from Nazis
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1938 Henry Ford Receives the Grand Cross of German Eagle from Nazis

At a ceremony in Dearborn, Michigan, Henry Ford is presented with the Grand Cross of the Supreme Order of the German Eagle on his 75th birthday. Henry Ford is the first American recipient of this, an honor created a year earlier by Adolf Hitler. This is the highest honor Nazi Germany could give to any […]

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November 4, 2014 British Antisemitism
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November 4, 2014 British Antisemitism

November 4, 2014 British Antisemitism “Israel’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the report of Amnesty International ‘accuses Israel of wrongdoing while producing no evidence’ and ‘ignores documented war crimes perpetrated by Hamas,’ the militant Islamist movement that dominates Gaza. Israeli officials said during and since the bloody battle that Hamas endangered civilians and […]

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July 1877 American Antisemitism  The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair
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July 1877 American Antisemitism The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair

July 1877 American Antisemitism The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair: In the summer of 1877, In Saratoga. New York, Joseph Seligman, a leading Gilded Age railroad financier, was barred from Saratoga Grand Union Hotel because he was a Jew.  This was one of the first incident of this kind that had occurred in the United States.  The […]

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April 1st, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany
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April 1st, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany

April 1st, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany The Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in Germany took place on April 1st 1933, as a response to the Jewish boycott of German goods soon after Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor on January 30th, 1933.                 It was the first of many measures […]

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April 7, 1933 Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service
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April 7, 1933 Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service

April 7, 1933 Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service                 On April 7th, 1933, the Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service was passed, which restricted employment in the civil service to ‘Aryan.’ This meant that Jews could not serve as teachers, professors, judges, or other government positions.  […]

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November 21, 1933 Jewish Heads Join In Palestine Plea Protest
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November 21, 1933 Jewish Heads Join In Palestine Plea Protest

“Jewish Heads Join In Palestine Plea Protest on Bars to Entry is laid before wauchope by delegation all groups. Settlers’ decree urged. High commissioner in Replay Says Conditions Now Make Restrictions Necessary. The deputation protested to Sir Arthur on the alleged severity of measures taken against Jewish settlers who were in the country without authority. […]

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