POGROM: Kishinev and the Tilt of History
Sheds light on the three-day rampage that broke out on the streets of Kishinev, Russia, in April 1903, leaving forty-nine Jews killed and six hundred raped or wounded, as well as more than a thousand Jewish-owned houses and stores ransacked and destroyed. Zipperstein brings historical insight into this misunderstood event. Illus.
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