The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Archives has is an excellent repository of information on Jewish refugees who fled to different parts of Latin America: Dominican Republic, Cuba, Bolivia, Perun Ecuador and Uruguay, and more in more recent times. To access their photo gallery on Latin America go to: Scroll down to the gallery for reach country’s photos and more.  If you click on the right side of the gallery before you click on a particular country there is a link to all their photo galleries form the World War ll era.


If you click on you can access their Names Index (scroll down) where their database has 500,000 names found in their historic documents and client lists.


They also have a genealogy story, “It Only Takes One Document” which you may find of interest:

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