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The Jewish Population in Russia

December 27, 1923
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According to official figures issued here, the Jewish population in White Russia forms 13% of the whole, in the province of Homel it is 7.7%, in the province of Witebsk 8%, in the Ukraine 7%, and in the Crimea 6.9%. In In the province of Charkov the proportion of Jews has increased from .6% in 1897 to 2.2%, in the province of Smolensk from .7% to 1.7%, in the province of Moscow from .3% to 1.4%, in the province of Petrograd from 1% to 8.1%, in the Don region from .6% to 1.5%, and in the province of Astrachan from .3% to 1%.

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