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Caucasian Phobias and the Rise of Antisemitism in the North Caucasus in the 1920s

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Before 1917 the North Caucasus witnessed almost no Jewish pogroms. After the Revolution, traditional Armenophobia began to decline and was replaced by a growing Judeophobia. The first victims of the increasing anti-Semitism were the Mountain Jews. In the summer of 1926, there was a massive pogrom of Mountain Jews in Makhachkala and there were simultaneous pogroms in several other localities.


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