November 04, 2019

1935


With trouble looming in Germany, the Associated Jewish Charities and the Jewish Family and Children’s Bureau worked with The German Jewish Children’s Aid, a national organization that placed German Jewish children in U.S. homes. In the next five years, 35 immigrant children would be placed with Baltimore families.

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