The St. Petersburg of the East.
In art and in life.
Aḥad Ha’am on Zionism and Israel.
A prelude to the Holocaust?
Lugging suitcases or large woven bags—anything big enough to hold a carton of matzah without raising suspicion—tens of thousands made their way to underground bakeries.
Formerly home to 30,000 Jews.
Only on the surface.
As told by the author of The Dybbuk.
The number of Jews leaving Russia rose steeply in 2014.
The recently murdered politician was born to a Jewish mother.
David Rozenson, a St. Petersburg-born Jewish educator and activist, recently received an award from the World Wide Association for St. Petersburg Leadership in a ceremony. . .
A major organ of Russia’s state-controlled press has published a dubious report on the distribution of wealth among the country’s various ethnic groups. Jews, unsurprisingly,. . .