The Berlin Mission
Historian Richard Breitman talked about his book, he Berlin Mission: The American Who Resisted Nazi Germany from Within, in which he recalled the efforts of Raymond Geist, an American consul in Berlin in the 1930s, to expedite visas for emigrants to the United States in the lead-up to World War II. close
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