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May 20, 1988 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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six weeks and the Victory
Conference celebrating the
end of the campaign, was
held in Detroit in April of
1922, at which it was an-
nounced that over $18
million had already been
raised, with more still to
come.
The only direct reference to
Brown's leadership in secur-
ing relief for sufferers in the
Arab pogroms and about the
survivors from the Hebron
massacre is in the article
written by Morris D.
Waldman (Jewish News, Nov.
2, 1945). Waldman was the
first executive director of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Detroit at its founding in
1925. In his article, "David A.
Brown and Our Times" he
wrote:
Because Brown has for a
number of years been per-
sona non grata with some
Zionist leaders it was very
interesting to read about
his work for Palestine. His
outstanding service in that
area was virtually a one
man campaign he launch-
ed in the late summer of
1929 netting $2,265,000 for
the relief of the surviving
victims of the Arab riots in
Palestine.
He sent 12,000 telegrams
throughout the country
and the immediate and
gratifying response is not
only to be attributed to the
cause itself but the esteem
and confidence American
Jewry had for him.
That money, used for con-
structive relief is still, I am
told, in a large measure, in-
tact and in action as a
revolving loan fund.
Brown paid several visits
to Palestine. Though not a
Zionist he was active for
years in promoting sup-
port for the Yishuv up to
the time when he was at-
tacked by some Zionist
leaders for promoting the
Jewish farm colonies in
southern Russia and
Biro-Bidjan.
David A. Brown was a
remarkable man. His life was
filled with so many dramatic
roles that it is most surpris-
ing that no one had under-
taken to write a full-length
David A. Brown biography.
He was one of my closest
friends and we often exchang-
ed intimacies about Jewish
movements and their leaders.

My file on David A. Brown
is among the few that have
been preserved. It is packed
with interesting data.
You have just read a chapter
of Detroit Jewish history. It is,
in fact, a chapter i n American
history.

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