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The Association of Jewish Refugees Journal Archive online:
To mark the 65th anniversary of the first publication, the entire back catalogue of the AJR Journal, stretching back to the first edition in January 1946, is now available on our website here. First published in January 1946 as AJR Information, the AJR Journal is a unique collection of literature which chronicles the story of the Jewish refugees from Nazi oppression, their traditions and customs as well as their strong cultural identity. The Journal tells their story in real time, and covers in great detail many historic post war events - from the Nuremberg Trials to the Declaration of the State of Israel, the Hungarian revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall - all from the perspective of the refugees from Nazi oppression.

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