On this shrunken globe, men can no longer live as strangers. - Adlai Stevenson

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Birobidzhan

The following is a list of sites describing Birobidzhan, the Jewish Autonomous Region was founded in 1934 in Russia's Far East as a "homeland" for Soviet Jews.

We hope this list will continue to grow as more communities become represented on the World Wide Web so please be sure to let us know if you are aware of any other sites.


  • Atlas: Birobidzhan *

    The site presents basic facts about Birobidzhan.

  • Birobidzhan - Jewish Autonomous Okrug (Area) *

    Basic statistics are provided.

  • Jewish Autonomous Region or Birobidzhan *

    A short history of this region is given by Lycos.

  • Road Chronicles: The Last Jews of Birobidzhan *

    A chronicled visit to the Jewish Autonomous Region.


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