TitleJewish Socialist Parties during the 1905 Russian Revolution
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsAgranovskii, Genrikh
JournalEast European Jewish Affairs
Volume42
Issue1
Pagination69–78
ISSN1350-1674
Abstract

This short study discusses archival material related to Jewish socialist parties during the 1905 Russian Revolution which is held by the Lithuanian State Historical Archives in Vilnius. Although these organisations were short-lived, the evidence they have left behind provides insight into their ideology, and their attempts to take advantage of the revolutionary situation and draw the allegiance of the Jewish masses. Archival material also indicates the extent to which their activities were monitored by the Tsarist authorities. By 1907, all these organisations had been effectively suppressed by the regime. Yet, in spite of their fleeting presence on the Jewish political scene in the Russian Empire, these parties carried import for the future.

URLhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13501674.2012.665636
DOI10.1080/13501674.2012.665636
Citation KeyAgranovskii2012