Russian Pogroms and Jewish Revolution, 1905: Class, Ethnicity, Autocracy in the First Russian Revolution

Russian Pogroms and Jewish Revolution, 1905

Class, Ethnicity, Autocracy in the First Russian Revolution
 
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ISBN13:9781032501055
ISBN10:1032501057
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
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This book, based on extensive original research, examines the widespread and violent pogroms against Jews which took place in the Russian Empire in 1905.

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This book, based on extensive original research, examines the widespread and violent pogroms against Jews which took place in the Russian Empire in 1905. It briefly surveys the earlier history of Jews in the Russian Empire and the discriminatory policies against them. The work outlines the extent of the killings and lootings in 1905, explores the role of the authorities who were often neutral or complicit in the violence, and highlights Jewish self-defense measures. It relates the pogroms to the place of the Jews in Russian urban and rural life, to social change and modernisation, and to the revolutionary events of 1905, in which Jews played a prominent role, and during which calls for ethnic self-determination arose among many nationalities of the Russian Empire, most broadly and consequentially among Jews. Overall, the book views the pogroms as a consequence not only of Russian antisemitism, but of the broader, revolutionary breakdown of Russian state and society in 1905.

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Contents


 


Acknowledgements


Glossary


Introduction                                                   


Part I: Setting the Scene


Chapter 1, Russia & the Jews before 1905


Chapter 2, 1905: Revolution and Counter-Revolution


Chapter 3, The Jewish Revolution: I  


Chapter 4, The State?s Role: the Police & the Army


Part II: The Pogroms


Chapter 5, Pogrom in Kiev


Chapter 6, Revolution & Pogrom in Odessa


Chapter 7, Pogroms inside the Pale


Chapter 8, Pogroms outside the Pale


Part III: Responses to Pogroms


Chapter 9, The Jewish Revolution II


Chapter 10, Civil Society and Pogroms in 1905


Chapter 11, Pogroms and Peasants


Conclusions                                                             


Appendix: Pogroms as Ritual                                      


Bibliography                                                  


Index