Moscow's Prefect Denies Jews Basic Services Like Medical Care

Moscow's Prefect Denies Jews Basic Services Like Medical Care

Moscow in 1908
Source: Swampstyle

In Russia, the Prefect of Moscow prohibits hospitals from admitting any Jewish patients who cannot prove that they have a legal right to live in Moscow.

Denying Jews access to basic services like medical care is a popular means by which anti-Semitic governments prevent unwanted Jews from settling somewhere and forming larger communities.

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