Stalin's forgotten Zion: Birobidzhan and the making of a Soviet Jewish homeland : an illustrated history, 1928-1996
In 1934 the Soviet government established the Jewish Autonomous Region in a sparsely populated area some five thousand miles east of Moscow. Located along the Sino-Soviet border, the Jewish Autonomous Region, popularly known as Birobidzhan, was designated as the national homeland of Soviet Jewry. Th...
|Main Author:||Weinberg, Robert.|
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