Publication Date: April 2004
Author(s): Danyelle Neuman; Lorraine Blass; Laurence A. Kotler-Berkowitz
Research Area: Culture and religion; Population and demographics
Keywords: Demography; Refugees; Social Patterns; Holocaust
Coverage: United States
Part of a series of reports based on information from the National Jewish Population Survey of 2000-01, this report highlights the estimated 122,000 Nazi victims living in the United States, grouping them by year of arrival in the United States, and comparing them to other American Jews over the age of 55. Information covered includes country of origin, age, gender, region, housing tenure, marital status, education, employment status and occupation, income, poverty, social isolation, health, and social service needs.
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