Semyon Goldin, Grigory Kazovsky.
Moscow, Russia, 2014. Booklet, 32 pp., illustrations: 17 col., 22.5 × 21 cm. Russian and English.
Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center (27 November 2014–11 January 2015)
The tragic experience of Russia’s Jews during the First World War, largely due to the location of their communities (many situated precisely in the combat zone), and rabid antisemitism within the Russian military command (resulting in persecution, mass deportations, accusations of disloyalty, espionage, etc.). Introductory essay. Six sections with brief texts on: Russia in wartime, the Jewish population in the conflict zone, Jews in the Russian army, the Russian army and the Jews, Jewish aid organizations, and the German occupation and the Jews of the Russian Empire. No itemized listing.