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German Jewish Children's Aid

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The German Jewish Children's Aid (GJCA) was an organization, based in America, which acted as the receiving organization for unaccompanied Jewish children emigrating primarily from Germany to the United States. It was in charge of posting bonds for the refugee children,, obtaining visas, arranging their transfer to the USA and caring for them after arrival. Since 1934, the organization had helped hundreds of distressed refugee children resettle in USA. After November 1942, it was renamed "European Jewish Children's Aid."
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