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Dispersion of the Jews: Are the Jews a Rootless Group of People?
The Dispersion of Jews.
Through out history, lots of rulers and nations have oppressed their Jewish
population, by trying to massacre them. They have tried to eliminate them by expelling
them from the land or by plain old genocide. Jews were constantly expelled from
everywhere they went. They were even expelled from their homeland and where ever it
was they went to live. The Jewish dispersion started under the Roman Empire, the Jews
were scattered in different lands and they started to reside wherever they saw fit. The
Jews were seen in countries like Babylonia, Poland and Spain. …
- Dispersion of the Jews: Are the Jews a Rootless Group of People?
- Latvia and Poland in the First and Second World War
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