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A Study of Jewish Refugees in China (1933–1945)Jewish Refugees in Other Chinese Cities

A Study of Jewish Refugees in China (1933–1945): Jewish Refugees in Other Chinese Cities [In the 1930s and 1940s, European Jewish refugees travelled by sea and then by land to seek asylum in Shanghai which became the Noah’s Ark for them. Meanwhile, some refugees were stranded in other cities in China on their way to Shanghai and had to settle there. Some refugees who had arrived in Shanghai moved to other Chinese cities later for various reasons. There were still some European Jewish refugees who went directly to other cities in China, as they had connections there. Like other refugees in Shanghai, they received goodwill and generous help from the Chinese people there. These refugees also survived the war in China and developed strong emotional ties with the Chinese people. It is not exactly known how many Chinese cities had received Jewish refugees and it is impossible to survey all these cities. This chapter will only give a brief overview of some major cities that received the most refugees.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A Study of Jewish Refugees in China (1933–1945)Jewish Refugees in Other Chinese Cities

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Publisher
Springer Singapore
Copyright
© Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press 2019. Sponsored by the Chinese Fund for the Humanities and Social Sciences.
ISBN
978-981-13-9482-9
Pages
51 –58
DOI
10.1007/978-981-13-9483-6_4
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In the 1930s and 1940s, European Jewish refugees travelled by sea and then by land to seek asylum in Shanghai which became the Noah’s Ark for them. Meanwhile, some refugees were stranded in other cities in China on their way to Shanghai and had to settle there. Some refugees who had arrived in Shanghai moved to other Chinese cities later for various reasons. There were still some European Jewish refugees who went directly to other cities in China, as they had connections there. Like other refugees in Shanghai, they received goodwill and generous help from the Chinese people there. These refugees also survived the war in China and developed strong emotional ties with the Chinese people. It is not exactly known how many Chinese cities had received Jewish refugees and it is impossible to survey all these cities. This chapter will only give a brief overview of some major cities that received the most refugees.]

Published: Sep 13, 2019

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