Correspondence regarding various issues related with the political situation in West Germany, including: an article for the AJA Quarterly on the development of Germany since the end of the Second World War (1956); the attendance of AJA meetings by Library’s staff members (1960); or an enquiry on former Nazis holding official positions in West Germany (1961).
Correspondence with Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA)
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- ReferenceGB 1556 3000/9/1/75
- Dates of Creation16/05/1953 - 23/11/1961
- Language of MaterialEnglish German
- Physical Description20 letters
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Administrative / Biographical History
Founded in 1871 the Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA) is a British organisation to represent Jewish interests, and to facilitate education by operating a network of Jewish schools across the British Empire. AJA is also a founding member of the Claims Conference. See Paucker, A. (ed.), http://wiener.soutron.net/Portal/Default/en-GB/RecordView/Index/19753, vol. 31, 1986, pp. 51-52.