Pogrom: Kishinev and the Tilt of History with Steven Zipperstein

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In April 1903, 49 Jews were killed, 600 raped or wounded, and more than 1,000 Jewish-owned houses and stores were ransacked and destroyed during three days of violence in Kishinev. Steven Zipperstein, Stanford University, discusses how the attacks seized the imagination of an international public, quickly becoming the prototype of what would become known as a "pogrom." Series: "Taubman Symposia in Jewish Studies" [Humanities] [Show ID: 35056]

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