Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flag of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flag of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Map of Jewish Autonomous Oblast

Map of Jewish Autonomous Oblast

Stalin's alternative to Israel: "The Jewish Autonomous Oblast (in Yiddish: Yidishe Avtonome Gegnt) was created in 1934 within the framework of Stalin’s nationality policy, centered on the town of Birobidzhan, along the Trans-Siberian Railway, close to Khabarovsk."

Stalin's alternative to Israel: "The Jewish Autonomous Oblast (in Yiddish: Yidishe Avtonome Gegnt) was created in 1934 within the framework of Stalin’s nationality policy, centered on the town of Birobidzhan, along the Trans-Siberian Railway, close to Khabarovsk."

Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jewish Autonomous Oblast', Russia as a marked location on the globe

Jewish Autonomous Oblast', Russia as a marked location on the globe

Journey to Birobidzhan, Capital of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast by Russia Beyond The Headlines. Visit to the Russian Far East, one of the most unknown regions with its peculiar and unique history. The destination point is Birobidzhan, capital of Jewish Autonomous Region which was created during the 1920's as a "new home" for Russian Jews. The city has lost most of its Jewish population since 1990, when the Soviet government allowed the Jews to leave to Israel. But city retains the features…

Journey to Birobidzhan, Capital of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast by Russia Beyond The Headlines. Visit to the Russian Far East, one of the most unknown regions with its peculiar and unique history. The destination point is Birobidzhan, capital of Jewish Autonomous Region which was created during the 1920's as a "new home" for Russian Jews. The city has lost most of its Jewish population since 1990, when the Soviet government allowed the Jews to leave to Israel. But city retains the features…

Flag of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Russia.. kind of ironic

Flag of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Russia.. kind of ironic

As part of Joseph Stalin's efforts to stamp out Jewish culture in the Soviet Union in the late 1940s and early 1950s, the Judaica collection in the library of Birobidzhan, capital of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast on the Chinese border, was burned.

As part of Joseph Stalin's efforts to stamp out Jewish culture in the Soviet Union in the late 1940s and early 1950s, the Judaica collection in the library of Birobidzhan, capital of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast on the Chinese border, was burned.

Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jewish Autonomous Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Map of Jewish Autonomous Oblast in Russia

Map of Jewish Autonomous Oblast in Russia

Birobidzhan and Russia's Jewish Autonomous Region

Birobidzhan and Russia's Jewish Autonomous Region

Monument of Jewish writer Sholem Aleichem in Birobidzhan, Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Far Eastern Federal District, Russia.

Monument of Jewish writer Sholem Aleichem in Birobidzhan, Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Far Eastern Federal District, Russia.

Summer children camp, Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Russian Far East by Semyon Fridlyand

Summer children camp, Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Russian Far East by Semyon Fridlyand

People from Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Russian Far East by Semyon Fridlyand

People from Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Russian Far East by Semyon Fridlyand

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