ISO 6346: ineluctable immigrant

This giveaway comic book, published by the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, presents a fable about prejudice and tolerance

Al Capp's satirical comic strip Lil'Abner appeared daily in more than 900 newspapers at the peak of its popularity.

The Swiss government requested that German passports be marked with the letter J for Jude, thus preventing Jews from passing themselves off as non-Jews and finding temporary shelter in Switzerland.

Passport of Basia Tchernenko.

In the early 20th century, Warsaw was home to several publishers of Jewish postcards.

Passport (#3275) of Adela Langerova, bound for the United States with her two children.

Passport (#50) of Sonia Komsky. Cover is black cloth with seal of the state of Mexico stamped in gold. Immigration document (#1609) of Sonia Komsky.

Obverse: deep incuse depiction of Mediterranean and Black Sea with routes of blockade runners converging on the Israeli coast.  Reverse: enlarged barbed wire fence above relief outline of Palestine

This photograph depicts some of the 120,000 Iraqi Jews airlifted to Israel in the early 1950s during Operation Ezra & Nehemiah

Black and white photograph. Fortress with shell damage, viewed through a hole in the wall. Part of Kitty Groen archive