Pogroms

Pogroms
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Pogroms

Primary Sources March 28, 1871, Odessa1905, Russia Secondary Sources March 17, 1882, Russia May 3, 1882, The May Laws 1905, Russia Images 1903-1906 Number of Pogroms by Month February 25, 1920, Russia  

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February 25, 1920, Russia
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February 25, 1920, Russia

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1905, Russia
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1905, Russia

“Letter signed by Lord Rothschild, Samuel Montagu, David Alexander and Claude Montefiore, all members of the Board of Deputies of British Jews who organized the Russo-Jewish Committee in London to assist the victims of the pogroms in Russia.”

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Kishineff Pogrom – Pictures
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Kishineff Pogrom – Pictures

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April 1903, Kishineff Pogrom: My Promised Land
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April 1903, Kishineff Pogrom: My Promised Land

April 1903, Kishineff Pogrom “In April 1903 an Easter pogrom took place in Moldova’s capital, Kishinev.  Forty-nine Jews were murdered, hundreds brutally injured.  World Jewry was in turmoil.” Source: My Promised Land April 6-7, 1903 Kishineff Pogrom June 11, 1903 Rev. Dr. Zadok Kahn, Grand Rabbi of France, Rue St., George, Paris   Dear Doctor: […]

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1903 Kishineff Pogram in Russia
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1903 Kishineff Pogram in Russia

  April 6-7 1903 Kishineff Pogram “The Kishinev progrom was an anti-Jewish riot that took place in Kishinev, which was back then part of the Bessarabia province of Imperial Russia (currently Chisinau is the capital of independent Moldova). It started on April 6 and lasted until April 7, 1903. The riot started after a Christian […]

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May 3, 1882, The May Laws
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May 3, 1882, The May Laws

The May Laws proposed by Count Ignatiev and sanctioned by the Czar were called the May Laws because they were issued in the month of May. These laws curtailed Jewish residences in villages and started quotas in univer­sities so that students were forced to travel abroad for their education. They read as follows: As a […]

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March 17, 1882, Russia
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March 17, 1882, Russia

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word “Pogrom” was first used in the Times of London on 17 March 1882 (“ That the ‘Pogromen must be stopped…”). The Yiddish plural ending betrays the route that the word took into English. In the former Soviet Union, the word “pogrom” was applied to violence carried out […]

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March 28, 1871, Odessa
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March 28, 1871, Odessa

March 28, 1871 Disorder broke out during Holy Week, on March 28, and lasted until April 1. The official account of the Pogrom is detailed in reports by Governor-General of New Russia, P.E. Kotsebu, to the ministry of the interior. On March 30 1871, Kotsebu reported that the events were an outgrowth of the traditional […]

1903-1906, Number of Pogroms by Month
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1903-1906, Number of Pogroms by Month