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Cartoon and part of front page of "Za Russkoje Djelo" ("For the Russian Cause") no. 1 (24), 1995. An article, "The Unknown Stalin," describes how Stalin's plans were obstructed by Jews who were omnipresent in the state apparatus. Stalin, however, wanted to help the Jews by giving them their own province, Birobidzhan, but it did not work out, "as Jews need Russians to profit from." The article also states that 95 percent of the Gulag camp commanders were Jews.