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Mathematicians Fleeing from Nazi Germany by Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze

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Alternative (Non-American) Host Countries

The risk of being captured by the Third Reich is becoming too great.

—Richard von Mises 19391

It seems that in addition to the German, Austrian, and Czechoslovakian files we have to open the French file for displaced scholars.

—Theodor von Kármán 19402

ACADEMIC immigration to the different host countries after 1933 in general, not restricted to mathematics, has been very unevenly covered by the available research literature. There is ample discussion on immigration to the United States and Great Britain, but considerably less so on immigration to Turkey, Norway, and Denmark.3There are huge gaps concerning both the immigration to, and the situation in Palestine, France, the Netherlands, the Soviet ...

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