This Day in Jewish History 1918: Anti-Jewish Pogroms End in Poland

In three days of violence following the declaration of Polish statehood in 1918, the army terrorized thousands of Jews, killing 150.

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On November 23, 1918, three days of anti-Jewish pogroms came to an end in Lemberg, in eastern Galicia (today Lviv, Poland). During the unrest, the city’s...