Set of 4 stamps from Joint Boycott Council
Gift of Yehuda Nir in memory of his father, Samuel Grunfeld
Id no. 211.90, Stamp, English
The Joint Boycott Council was formed in 1936 by the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee order to coordinate their boycott of German goods and services. The Council researched imports of German goods, demanded that companies end such purchases, published a list of boycotted firms, and picketed those not abiding by the boycott. The boycott was ended when the US entered the war in 1941.
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