What would Jewish migration outside of the Pale of Settlement after 1917 have looked like had there been no Bolshevik Revolution in Russia (the first Russian Revolution in February 1917 still occurs in this scenario, though), no propiska system, and no Holocaust?
In real life, something like several hundred thousand Jews moved to Russian territories east of the Pale of Settlement between 1917 and 1941--after which point the Jewish population in the Russian interior stabilized and subsequently began really declining after 1959. However, would this number have been much greater without Communism, the propiska system, and the Holocaust?
futurist: Good luck to you, MN!
Jan 17, 2019 5:10:51 GMT
MinnesotaNationalist: well, that was the most underwhelming jury duty ever. Came in one day, was told to go home, and now I'm told that I'm not needed anymore for this session.
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ieph: I've been actually thinking of just spending my time here, gradually decreasing my presence in AH.com. But in the meantime, I'm spending my time reviving one of my old WIPs sadly lost to the sands of time (I guess)
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ieph: In fact, I'm even thinking of reviving my wikibox TL right here.
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jennysnooper87: If that's the case, would it be okay if I moved the TL from AH.com to this site?
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railmotive: Checking out this website, seems quite nice.
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