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Friday, 2 January 2015

Bolsheviks permit Passover but not Easter cakes




In May 1919, the Russia-based Special Correspondent of the British news agency the Press Association, mentioned in an article how the Bolsheviks, and the "Jewish wirepullers" behind them, had permitted the Jewish residents of Kharkov to make their traditional Passover cakes, whilst simultaneously prohibiting the baking of Easter cakes by the city's Christian residents. 






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