NEW YORK (Oct. 12)
A total of 7,750 Jews were helped to migrate from their homes in Germany in the first six months of 1936 by service agencies subventioned by the Joint Distribution Committee, Joseph C. Hyman, executive director, announced today.
This includes 2,047 natives of other countries who were repatriated, 1,993 forced to leave German towns for larger cities, 3,149 enabled to emigrate overseas and 361 who emigrated from Germany to other European countries.
Emigrants to overseas lands included 1,287 to Palestine, 1,862 to North and South America, Africa and the Far East. Aside from Palestine, South American countries were the chief center of emigration.
Within Europe, of the 361, 76 went to Italy, 40 to Holland, 34 to Denmark, 33 to England and the remainder to other countries.