Press clippings. Minutes. Press releases on his activities concerning Canadian Jewish Congress. Biographical information and testaments. Short history of Krystalnacht
Born in 1904, Monroe Abbey was a barrister/solicitor by profession. He was honourary president of Canadian Jewish Congress, Combined Jewish Appeal, Baron de Hirsch Institute as well as being governor, director or member of many Canadian Jewish and non-Jewish organizations (Jewish Immigrant Aid Services, Zionist Organization of Canada, United Jewish Refugee and World Relief Agencies). He died in 1993.
Canadian Jewish Congress photos and documents; other Jewish organizations.The fonds consists mostly of press clippings and copies.
Fascist newspapers, pamphlets and newsletters. Press clippings by and about Arcand. Canadian Jewish Congress correspondence relating to Arcand and anti-Semitism
Born in 1899, Adrien Arcand was the leader of a French-Canadian antisemitic movement in the 1930s, the Parti National Social Chrétien (National Social Christian Party), which, under his leadership, later merged with other fascist groups to form the National Unity Party. He published and/or wrote for numerous antisemitic publications such as Le Miroir, Le Goglu, Le Fasciste Canadien, L'Unité Nationale, and Serviam. He fought against Jewish rights in education and was interned by the Canadian government during WWII, from 1940-1945. After his release he continued his antisemitic and political activities. He died in 1967.
This material was collected by CJC staff and concerned persons in the Jewish community.