This day in Jewish history / An assassination sparks a pogrom
A police chief remembered as benevolent to Bialystok's Jews said a pogrom would take place only over his dead body. That is precisely what happened.
On June 11, 1906, an assassination took place that, several days later, sparked the horrific Bialystok pogrom.
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