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What was the persecution of Jews like under Tsar Alexander II?
They were less persecuted
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What were Jews allowed to do?
be in higher education
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By 1855, Where were most Jews confined to?
The Pale
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What did AII favour?
Orthodoxy
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Under Tsar Alexander III, how many laws were there against Jews?
1400
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An example?
they could not own land
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How many Jews were allowed in University?
No more than 10%
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What was introduced in 1881?
Progroms
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What did Nicholas II favour?
Orthodoxy
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What was released by Duma but vetoed by the Tsar?
Religious tolleration
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What do the PG allow?
Religious freedom
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Under Lenin, who were removed?
religious bodies with high status
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What was the Church called>
The opium of the people
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Under Stalin what was closed down?
Churches
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By 1939, How many churches were active?
1 in 4
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How many mosques in 1917 were decreased by 1941?
26,000 to 1,300
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What plot was there in 1953?
The Doctor's plot
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What did Khrushchev try to replace the bible with?
The moral code
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