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Even as the pogrom becomes common knowledge, there are many truths about it that likely won’t ever be known.
WHY IT TOOK 100 YEARS FOR AMERICA TO LEARN ABOUT THE TULSA MASSACREFABIOLA CINEASMAY 30, 2021VOX
We have, in a short period of time, experienced periodic pogroms and other political forms of death.
WHY THE WORLD MUST WITNESS PICTURES OF INDIA’S MASS COVID-19 CREMATIONSKAMAYANI SHARMAMAY 21, 2021VOX
We don’t like use a word pogrom unless we can use it in Africa or someplace else.
A FORGOTTEN ELECTION DAY MASSACRE IN FLORIDA THAT STILL HAUNTS TODAYSEAN BRASWELLOCTOBER 23, 2020OZY
The Whites put up a provocateur as before a pogrom in Russia.
THE SOUL OF JOHN BROWNSTEPHEN GRAHAM
I remember a time when I thought a pogrom had broken out in our street, and I wonder that I did not die of fear.
THE PROMISED LANDMARY ANTIN
Well, if you must know, I was convalescing when these same Chows started a pogrom in the next camp.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 156, APRIL 16, 1919VARIOUS
These gentry know well the precise points where a pogrom can most easily be started.
SIX DAYS OF THE IRISH REPUBLICLOUIS REDMOND-HOWARD
The pogrom, it seemed, had been accomplished by an energy weapon which ate great, gaping holes in the sides of buildings.
LETTER OF THE LAWALAN EDWARD NOURSE
The war-frenzy was at its height and these miserable sheets went about their work like Czarist papers inciting a pogrom.
THE CENTRALIA CONSPIRACYRALPH CHAPLIN
Pogrom, pog-rom′, n. destruction: devastation: a lawless outburst involving injury to persons and property.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 4 OF 4: S-Z AND SUPPLEMENTS)VARIOUS

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