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Jim McKee: The rise of the Russian Bottoms

  • December 05, 2020

To that end Germans were offered free land, free passage, complete freedom of religion, no military conscription and exemption from taxation. Just over a century later, in 1870, Czar Alexander II realized the immigration plan had perhaps worked a little too well and, with about 750,000 Germans living in Russia, ended all inducements.

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