Foreign Jews’ Protection Committee against Deportation to Russia and Compulsion

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Foreign Jews' Protection Committee against Deportation to Russia and Compulsion ... set up in June 1916 in the East End of London. Its main aim was to resist veiled government threats to report back to tsarist Russia 'friendly aliens' who did not volunteer for service in the British Army.

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