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    • At the end of the nineteenth century, as a result of the influx due to Russian discriminatory regulations, the majority of the city's population was Jewish.Białystok-Wikipedia
    • 60,000–200,000 civilian Jews were killed in the atrocities throughout the former Russian Empire (mostly within the Pale of Settlement in present-day Ukraine).World War I-Wikipedia
    • However special taxes on Jews were eliminated and those who graduated from secondary school were permitted to live outside the Pale of Settlement, and became eligible for state employment.Alexander II of Russia-Wikipedia
    • Catherine separated the Jews from Orthodox society, restricting them to the Pale of Settlement.Catherine the Great-Wikipedia
    • In 1880, there were only 21,308 Jewish pupils in government schools, out of some 5 million Jews in total; In 1897, 97% of the 5.2 million Jews in the Pale of Settlement and Congress Poland declared Yiddish their mother tongue, and only 26% possessed any literacy in Russian.Orthodox Judaism-Wikipedia
    • Samara was outside of the Pale of Settlement and as such did not have any significant Jewish population until the late 19th century.Samara-Wikipedia

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