Russia Wants to Attract Back Jews Who Left Country Before War Owing to Czarist I Persecution: No Dif

Jews and Armenians who used to live in Russia and left the country before the war, because of the religious and national persecutions to which they were subjected under the Czarist regime may now return, without any difficulties, to visit their native towns or to stay in the country permanently, it is officially announced here.

Instructions have been issued to the Intourist offices abroad, which arrange for tours for Soviet Russia, to issue special certificates to Jews and Armenians who wish to proceed to Soviet Russia, in order to ensure that they should encounter no difficulties on reaching the Soviet frontier, or when they arrive in their former home towns.

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