History of the Jews in Russia...

A History of the Jews in Russia and Poland from the pen of S. M. Dubnow (based upon a work in Russian which was especially prepared for JPS) needs neither justification nor recommendation. The work is divided into thee volumes. The third and concluding volume deals with the reign of Nicholas II., the last of the Romanovs, and also contains the bibliographical apparatus, the maps, the index, and other supplementary material.

THE ACCESSION OF NICHOLAS II. 19 spitting, a policeman invaded the bedroom of the sick woman, insisting on her giving a written pledge to leave the place within twenty- four hours. The patient was terribly frightened. On the following day the deportation was stopped, in consequence of the testimony of her physician that the slightest motion was fraught with danger to the invalid. But the fright and uncertainty had in-tensified the cough; the young woman became worse, and soon afterwards died. As it happened, the action of the police was subsequently found to be entirely unwarranted; for, as the wife of a physi-cian, this victim of bureaucratic heartlessness was, even ac-cording to the letter of the law, entitled to the right of resi-dence in Yalta. A similar case was that of a sick Jewish student who had been sent by his physicians to Yalta to cure his lungs. He was expelled in the dead of winter and deported under a police convoy, together with a batch of prisoners, to Sevastopol, not-withstanding the fact that he was in a feverish condition. The correspondent of a local paper in Sevastopol reported that “ along the entire road from the harbor to the prison, which was traversed by the batch, passers- by would stop in their walk, staggered by the extraordinary spectacle.” The suffer-er appealed to the Senate, but the latter found that the or-ders of the police “ contained nothing contrary to the law.” The highest tribunal of the empire went with equanimity on record that a Jewish student was liable to the penalty of be-ing arrested and marched under a police escort, together with criminal offenders, for an attempt to heal his lungs in the warm southern climate. But no place in the empire could vie as regards hostility to the Jews with the city of Kiev— this inferno of Russian Isra-   C h a p t e r Home  | T O C  | I n d e x For use on stand- alone, non- institutional computers only. To purchase Scholar PDF version with advanced functionality, go to www. publishersrow. com

History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, Vol. 3: From the Accession of Nicholas II until 1916. Bibliography and Index.


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Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PageNOTECONTENTSTHE ACCESSION OF NICHOLAS II. 1. CONTINUED POLICY OF OPPRESSION2. THE MARTYRDOM OF THE MOSCOW COMMUNITY3. RESTRICTIONS IN THE RIGHT OF RESIDENCE4. THE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE OF RUSSIAN JEWRY5. PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL RESTRICTIONS6. ANTI-SEMITIC PROPAGANDA AND POGROMSTHE NATIONAL AWAKENING 1. THE RISE OF POLITICAL ZIONISM2. SPIRITUAL ZIONISM, OR AHAD-HA‘AMISM3. SPIRITUAL NATIONALISM, OR NATIONAL-CULTURAL AUTONOMISM4. THE JEWISH SOCIALISTIC MOVEMENT5. THE REVIVAL OF JEWISH LETTERSTHE KISHINEV MASSACRE 1. POGROMS AS A COUNTER-REVOLUTIONARY MEASURE2. THE ORGANIZED KISHINEV BUTCHERY3. ECHOES OF THE KISHINEV TRAGEDY4. DOCTOR HERZL'S VISIT TO RUSSIACONTINUED POGROMS AND THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1. THE POGROM AT HOMEL AND THE JEWISH SELF-DEFENCE2. THE KISHINEV MASSACRE AT THE BAR OF RUSSIAN JUSTICE3. THE JEWS IN THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR4. THE “POLITICAL SPRING”5. THE HOMEL POGROM BEFORE THE RUSSIAN COURTSTHE REVOLUTION OF 1905 AND THE FIGHT FOR EMANCIPATION 1. THE JEWS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT2. THE STRUGGLE FOR EQUAL RIGHTS3. THE “BLACK HUNDRED” AND THE “PATRIOTIC” POGROMS4. THE JEWISH FRANCHISETHE COUNTER-REVOLUTION AND THE OCTOBER MASSACRES 1. THE FIENDISH DESIGNS OF THE “BLACK HUNDRED”2. THE RUSSIAN ST. BARTHOLOMEW NIGHT3. THE UNDAUNTED STRUGGLE FOR EQUAL RIGHTS4. THE JEWISH QUESTION BEFORE THE FIRST DUMA5. THE SPREAD OF ANARCHY AND THE SECOND DUMAEXTERNAL OPPRESSION AND INTERNAL CONSOLIDATION 1. THE NEW ALIGNMENTS WITHIN RUSSIAN JEWRY2. THE TRIUMPH OF THE “BLACK HUNDRED”3. THE THIRD, OR BLACK, DUMA4. NEW JEWISH DISABILITIES5. THE SPIRITUAL REVIVAL OF RUSSIAN JEWRYRUSSIAN JEWRY SINCE 1911BIBLIOGRAPHYINDEX
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