This piece explores Jewish social work on the international scene with a specific focus on Jews in Europe. The piece asserts that Jews around the world, governments, and private organizations, will need to organize plans both for migration and for aid to Jews in their present places of residence. The piece concludes by asserting that in organizing services for Jews overseas, the American Jewish organizations, which represent the most powerful of the Jewish agencies, must work out a cooperative and coordinated plan of action. The piece also adds that the army was and still remains the most important single factor in the lives of the Jews in Germany and an extremely important factor in the lives of the Jews all over Europe.
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Schottland, Charles I. The Orgainization of Services for Overseas Jewry. The Jewish Social Service Quarterly. Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA),National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare. September 1946: