Shanghai China's Jewish Museum, by Monique Burns, in Everett Potter's Travel Report

Remarkably,  from 1933 until 1945, China’s ultramodern metropolis provided safe haven to 23,000 Jewish refugees.   In fact, Shanghai was one of only two locales in the world that agreed to take them.  The other was the Dominican Republic.  But since World War II made Atlantic crossings difficult, the Caribbean island only could accept about 700 refugees.

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