Eugen Caspary (1863-1931) is remembered for his social welfare work in the German Jewish community between the world wars, serving as director of the Central Welfare Bureau for German Jews (Zentralwohlfahrtsstelle der Deutschen Juden) from 1917 to 1928. After WWI, he established an employment program for released Jewish prisoners of wars, and he then organized hundreds of volunteers for various social services.
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Lew, G.M.: Portrait of Eugen Caspary, Leo Baeck Institute, 77.53.