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“This was really unexpected. We were invited to in Milan and the memorial ceremony in Poland. These events went beyond sightseeing and learning ? the new Torah scroll arrived to its permanent home ? in Moscow’s Jewish community center, where it has already been used for daily prayer services. The group Shabbat meal in Milan saw five region-wide marriage proposals, from Nizhniy Novgorod to Novosibirsk, Rostov, Bryansk and Bobruisk ? cities thousands of miles apart, a chance of meeting that could only be brought together by the program. lone, which had 30 Jewish newspapers in 1919, not a single Jewish publication remained by the 1930s, says Likhachev. Members of the Jewish community who had been employed in any aspect of religious life ? rabbis, Hebrew school teachers, kosher butchers and others ? found themselves without a way to make a living. The expedition generated a lot of interest in the Jewish ned until the end of 2017 in Mordovia and the Ryazan region of Russia. ‘My family was murdered ten in Russian, the Yiddish8 and 1920 during the Russian civil war that broke out after the revolution. Because the Jews were connected in some people’s minds with the new communist government, they were attacked by those who fought against the Bolsheviks. It is estimated that some 100,000 to 200,000 Jews were slaughtered and thousands more maimed, raped or left homeless. Some historians describe the pogroms of the Russian civil war as “a rehearsal for the Holocaust.”Even after the war, the situation for Sovie ays. “On the one hand, the Bolshevik Revolution was not a Jewish plot, yet at the same time the Jews were very active in 1917 on both sides of the revolution.”anes of Ukraine. The trip, organized by the Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine, lasted about three weeks and spanned 20 southern Ukrainian cities.