C-01. Jewish Year Book, 1951 Title Page

Vol-52 Title Pg 1951

As we go through all these "losses," one must remember that many Jews in the late A.D. 1930s, seeing the National Socialist views and laws prohibiting particular activities and crimes, of which the Jews themselves had the most propensity to engage or commit, decided to emigrate to foreign lands, usually to America, and as often, to England and then on to America, settling mostly in New York City.

Homes and business that were unable to be sold were abandoned-in-place by their owners, rather because those properties were taken from the Jew(s) by the German Government or by its sole political party, the National Socialist party. The "losses" seen here are not attributed to death by any means, but only indicating the reduction of the Jewish population for unexplained reasons.