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BSSR (Weissrussland). Index / Belarus (BSSR, until 1991 Belorussia). Index

von / by Michael Palomino


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Karte von Polen und BSSR 1921-1939 / map of Poland and BSSR 1921-1939
Karte von Polen und der BSSR 1921-1939, rot die Grenzen seit 1945 /
map of Poland and BSSR 1921-1939, in red the borderlines since 1945
BSSR seit 1945 / since 1945
BSSR seit 1945 / since 1945




Juden in Weissrussland (BSSR) / Jews in Belarus (BSSR, former Belorussia)
  • Jews in BSSR: 15th century to1941  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Poland-Lithuania - tolerance and massacres - Pale of Settlement - economy - Zionism and Bund - Polish-Russian War 1919-1921 - partition 1921 - impoverished Jews
  • Jews in BSSR 02: 1921-1941  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Soviet and Polish rule - Jewish section of the communist party Yevsektsiya - emancipation of poor Jews - persecution of the middle class - suppression of religion and Zionism - Sovietization of Eastern Poland - gulag never mentioned

Städte / Towns
  • Jews in Minsk 01: 15th century to 1941  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Immigration into Poland-Lithuania - community life under Russian czarist rule - enlightenment, labour movement, and Herzl Zionism - Soviet rule until 1941
  • Jews in Brest-Litovsk  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Lithuania: economy - expulsion 1495 and return 1503 - wealth - pogroms 1636 and 1648 - protection charters - Russian rule since 1793 - revolution 1905 - expulsions 1915 and 1916 - Holocaust - Soviet rule
  • Jews in Gomel  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Jews under Lithuanian rule since 1537 - Chmielnicki massacres of 1648 - resettlement and growth with the railroad junction - trade - Socialist Bund and racist Zionists - "pioneers" for Palestine - refugees of WW I - sovietization - Holocaust - second sovietization
  • Jews in Grodno (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Lithuania - expulsion 1495 and return 1503 - refugees 1648 - invasion - blood libels - Russians since 1793 - Hebrew printing - expulsion 1915 - communities - Herzl Zionism - Polish anti-Semitism - Soviet rule - Holocaust - Soviet rule
  • Jews in Mir  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Trade and Jewish poll tax - cultural life - professions - pogroms, Bundists, and racist Zionists - Sovietization 1939-1941 - Holocaust 1941-1944 - resistance and flight to Shanghai - yeshivah transferred to News York in 1947
  • Jews in Mogilev  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Massacre of 1665 - letters patents since 1656 - growing community - Russian rule and growing community - sovietization since 1919 - Holocaust 1941-1944 - second sovietization since 1944
  • Jews in Novogrudok  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Community life under different rules - Sovietization - Holocaust - post-war times
  • Jews in Pinsk  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Jews since 1506 - Lithuanian rule - Chmielnicki massacres and wars in 17th century - Russian rule and trade - Orthodox and Enlightenment - racist Zionists and Socialist Bund - Polish rule and emigration "pioneers" - sovietization - Holocaust - post-war times with new sovietization
  • Jews in Vitebsk  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Lithuania - invasions - Russian rule since 1793 - Jews from Moscow - communities - Herzl Zionism - refugees 1915 - Soviet rule - Flight from Barbarossa - Holocaust - Jews coming back - Soviet rule
  • Jews in Volkovysk  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Jews since 1577 - Russian rule since 1795 - occupations - WW I - rich cultural life - Holocaust
  • Jews in Volozhin (Vishnevo, Valozhin, Wolozin, Woloschin) (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Jews since 16th century - Volozhin yeshivah history - Soviet rule - Holocaust - Soviet rule
  • Jews in little towns of BSSR  (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971) English
    Jews in Borisov - Braslav - Dokshitsy - Dolginovo - Novy Dvor - Vysokoye - Zelva

Bildernachweis / Picture credits

-- map with town, river, railroad: http://reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900sid/SKAR-65BCLS?OpenDocument
-- map of Poland and BSSR 1921-1939: http://info-poland.buffalo.edu/web/geography/regions/kresy/link.shtml