New York: American Jewish Congress & Jewish Labor Committee, 1936. First edition Ex-Library. Softcover. g to vg. Octavo. 15 (1)pp. Original printed blue wraps. The Joint Boycott Council was formed in 1936 to consolidate the efforts of the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee to promote a boycott against German merchandise and services after the Nazi rise to power. Its chairman was Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum. The JBC continued its boycott until the entry of the United States in WW II. An overview of the economic strategies of the Nazis, its Barter Treaties and the repercussions of the boycott and sanctions. Illustrated with various tables. Wraps with sunning along edges and usual library markings and stamps. Wraps in overall good, interior in very good condition. Scarce pamphlet.
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