Meeting in Geneva, just days before the outbreak of WWII, the Congress contends with several harsh realities: imposition of British restrictions on the national home’s development, grim awareness of Jewish suffering under the Nazis, and insufficient funds and power to change either reality. At the conclusion of the Congress, Weizmann is famously quoted, “I have no prayer but this: That we will all meet again alive.”
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