|Document:||JDC Emigration Service Index Cards, Warsaw Office, 1945-1949|
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|Description:||JDC's operations in Poland were reestablished immediately after the end of World War II. One of JDC's principal activities was to provide assistance to those seeking to emigrate. Most of Poland's surviving Jews, including those repatriated from the Soviet Union, left Poland during this period, particularly after the Kielce pogrom of 1946. This collection includes approximately 6,400 index cards.|
|JDC Migration Office:||Warsaw, Poland|
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