Russia Expels Thousands of Jews From Kiev

April 26, 1910, Jewish Refugees

April 26, 1910:  “Heartless cruelty marked the ejection of the Jews. Young and old, well and ill, the strong and the weak, mothers with babes only a few days old, were driven out at the word of command. Many who did not move fast enough to suit the troops were clubbed or jabbed with bayonet points,” The Times says. 

April 25, 1910, Jewish Refugees

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