Relief being given to Austrian refugees by a relief committee in France after the annexation of Austria by Germany.
France Date:1938, December Duration:1 min 44 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Comite Francais d'Assistance aux refugees in France after annexation of Austria by Germany prior to World War II. Relief being given to Austrian refugees in the form of cash. The refugees sign receipts. They wait in a lobby and show papers to officials of the committee. A meeting of the committee's council shows former commanding officer of the Republican Guards Colonel Duriex, President of the Committee Albert Levy, Managing Director of the Committee Gaston Kahn and the Secretary General Raymond Raoul Lambert. The committee discusses the problem of Jewish settlement in the world over a map.
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