This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book investigates in depth three events that have been widely presented in literature as examples of the humanitarian and compassionate Turkish Republic lending her helping hand to Jewish people who had fallen into difficult, even life-threatening, conditions under the racist, inhuman, and criminal policies of the Nazi German regime. The first event was the recruitment of more than one hundred Jewish scientists and skilled technical personnel from German-controlled Europe for the purpose of reforming outdated academic institutions in Turkey. The second event involved the rescue of Jews of Turkish origin, as well as those of non-Turkish origin, from France during World War II. The last event is Turkey's purported liberal acceptance of Jewish refugees fleeing from the racial violence in their countries and their entry and passage over Turkey to British Palestine.