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Pictures are reproductions of originals from various publications
that show cases of persecution against the Jewish people.

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Aftermath of the Kiev Pogrom – 1919
In the course of the civil war, 1326 pogroms took place in the Ukraine alone

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In the course of the civil war, 1326 pogroms took place
in the Ukraine alone in which some 70,000 Jews lost their lives.

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Victims of the Berditchev Pogrom 1919

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Torn Torah scrolls in a Kishinev Synagogue

 

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The Kishinev Pogrom (Easter 1903)
The entire world spoke of Kishinev, city of slaughter

Operation Petlyura in Lvov

After the Nazi occupation of Lvov, Ukrainian militia carried out “Operation Petlyura”.
Thousands of Jews were imprisoned and abused during this operation
named for the arch-murderer from the days of the civil war.

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Some 80,000 Warsaw Jews died of starvation, exposure and disease
even before transports began moving them to Treblinka and Auschwitz

 

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