The Polish Immigration Committee in the United States: A Historical Study of the American Committee for the Relief of Polish Immigrants, 1947-1952
Formulation and Background of the Study. The recent movement to the United States of displaced persons and refugees has aroused unusual interest, because of its dramatic character, the large numbers and different types of people involved and the international unrest characterizing the period when it occurred. People in America are interested in knowing the facts concerning these people, the non-governmental or private agencies that handled this problem; their resettlement, adjustment and assimilation into the United States and finally how this program worked and who made it work.
Krysiewicz, Thaddeus Theodore, "The Polish Immigration Committee in the United States: A Historical Study of the American Committee for the Relief of Polish Immigrants, 1947-1952" (1953). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30557704.