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The Great Purge - Russian Ethnic Cleansing Click to edit...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/28/11 Russian Ethnic Cleansing: Brian Aninzo Carissa Roitsch
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3/28/11 Where They Went; 1937- 1949
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3/28/11 Forced Migration Joseph Stalin – Leader of Russia Under Stalin’s mandate, nearly 3.3 million people were forced to migrate out of Russia and into Central Asia and Siberia between 1941 and 1949. Mostly non-Russians
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3/28/11 Discrimination Those forced to leave often did so because of religious persecution. Groups that were persecuted included Jews, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Orthodox Christians. The Soviets persecuted these groups based on “separation of church and state,” so members of these religious organizations weren’t allowed to join the Soviet Army or the Komsomol Discrimination was also based on ethnicity; non-Russians were hated on too.
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3/28/11 What They Could Bring The Soviet government was extremely strict on regulations for what could be brought by the migrants.
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