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Committee in Charge of Relief and Migrations Activities
Portrait of the Committee in Charge of Relief and Migration Activities, Brody: Dr. H. Schafier, Charles Netter of the Alliance Israelite Universelle, Paris, and Dr M. Friedlander of Vienna. In 1881-1882, thousands of Jews fled pogroms in the Pale of Settlement in Russia and flocked to the Austrian border town of Brody. European Jewish leaders responded by organizing aid and assisting with emigration.
Buxdorf, M.N., Brody
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Buxdorf, M.N., Brody , “Committee in Charge of Relief and Migrations Activities ,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed December 5, 2022, https://immigrationusa.yivo.org/items/show/6332.