Jerome S. Legge, Jr.

Jerome S. Legge, Jr. is Associate Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia. His most recent major work is Jews, Turks, and Other Strangers: The Roots of Prejudice in Modern Germany (2003). One of his chief research interests is the relationship between Germans, Jews and other minorities in post-war Germany.

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Manya Gordon Strunsky

Manya Gordon Strunsky was a socialist activist and a respected writer on political and social issues. Strunsky was also instrumental in bringing Jewish immigrants from czarist Russia to America and helping them to become settled.

Irma May

During the economic devastation of the 1920s, Irma May traveled throughout Eastern Europe to report directly on the crisis of antisemitism occurring in the region. While she disappeared from public record during the American Great Depression, May’s work over a decade helped avert disaster for Jewish communities throughout Europe.

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