The following is the Thirteenth Annual Report of the American Jewish Committee, which begins by analyzing the state of world Jewry in the year after World War I. As such, the report details the plight of Jews in Russia, Poland, the Ukraine, Lithuania, Roumania, the Central Empires and Palestine. The report also discusses the Peace Conference and the Jewish Congress. Then, the report turns towards domestic affairs, and discusses anti-Jewish discrimination, immigration, the Falashas, and the American Jewish Year Book, among other topics. Following a discussion on issues pertaining to American Jewry, the report turns to organizational matters, which includes lists of deaths and membership, and a report on organizational finances. Following this, a number of reports comprise the appendix. They include a memorandum on immigration legislation pending in the United States Congress, the Second Report of the Office of Jewish War Records, a Report of the Bureau of Jewish Social Research to the members of the American Jewish Committee, a Report of the Kehillah (Jewish Community) of New York City, and a report of the Jewish Community of Philadelphia.