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Central Association of Jewish Youth Formed in Germany

January 26, 1955
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Delegates from all parts of West Germany, who attended, a Jewish youth camp near Hausham in the Bavarian Alps, decided to form a coordinating organization, the “Central Association of Jewish Youth, ” with its seat in West Berlin, Hanan Moser, of Berlin, was provisionally named organizing secretary.

The only speaker to address the meeting in Hebrew was Dean Hermann Maas, the superintendent of the Protestant Church in the Heidelberg area, veteran Zionist, proven friend of the Jewish people and translator of Bialik, who saved many Jewish children during the Nazi regime and has twice visited Israel since its establishment.

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