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The Jewish question in Russia

Demidov, Anatolii principe di San Donato

The Jewish question in Russia

by Demidov, Anatolii principe di San Donato

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Published by Darling and Son in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Prince Demidoff San-Donato ; translated by J. Michell.
ContributionsMichell, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17237289M

  “When I was in America, I did not believe in the Jewish question removed from the whole social question,” wrote Emma Goldman after being deported to Russia by the US government in Get this from a library! The Jews in Russia: some notes on the Jewish question. [N S Leskov; Harold Klassel Schefski] -- A reprint of the famous work (published anonymously in ) by the writer and satirist N.S. Leskov () in defense of equal rights for Jews. See the editor's introduction (pp. ix .

Poland-Lithuania: "paradise for Jews" --Russia's ambiguous Jewish legacy --Russia and the Jews: first impressions, --The discovery of the Jewish question in Russia, --A phantom in the air: the Statute of --The vicissitudes of reform, --Russians and Jews: the unofficial view. Responsibility: John Doyle Klier. OCLC Number: Description: 77 pages 21 cm: Contents: Christians and Jews / I. Tolstoy --The Jewish question in Russia / T. Miliukoff --The first step / Leonid Andreieff --The war and the Jewish position in Russia / Prince Paul Dolgoroukoff --The Russian conscience and the Jews / Maxim Gorky --The Jews and the Russian economic requirements / M. Bernatzky --Let us unite / Theodor Sologoub.

  The translator, Columbus Falco, describes the censorship of this book when it appeared in "Published in the original Russian in , the book was received with a firestorm of rage and denunciation from the literary and media world, from the Jews, and from almost the entire intelligentsia of the established order in the West. In a recently published book about the Jews in Russia during the 20th century, Russian-born Jewish writer Sonya Margolina goes so far as to call the Jewish role in supporting the Bolshevik regime the “historic sin of the Jews.” 28 She points, for example, to the prominent role of Jews as commandants of Soviet Gulag concentration and labor.


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