The Holocaust was a horrible display of the evil things people are capable of.
Jews were transported from all over Europe to concentration camps, including thousands from Rotterdam. 686 children to be precise, ranging from only a few months to 12 years old. To commemorate these children, the city build a monument on the Kop van Zuid: the Joods Kindermonument (Jewish Child Monument).
This interest led to my meeting many Russian aristocrats, who provided me with a firm foundation of truth about the Revolution. Petersburg in the spring of 1990, and had firsthand experiences with the nascent Russian Mafiya, even being provided with a personal bodyguard by them, but I digress. Yuri Andropov Andropov, Yuri Vladimirovich, n Liebermann, head of the Soviet KGB and then General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. These Jewish protesters felt it should be 100% Jew.
As a long-term subscriber to Soviet Analyst, a highly regarded intelligence publication, (see link below), I have studied details about the Revolution and the (continuing) Soviet Union, that prove the sheer absurdities behind commonly-accepted perceptions of Russia, of which most members of this esteemed discussion forum are completely aware. Add to this fact that only 5% of the Russian population are members of the Communist Party. Leonid Brezhnev Brezhnev's wife was Jewish, and the children spoke Hebrew in their home. And yet the West was told that Jews were being persecuted in the Soviet Union, and not being allowed into university.
The Children's Museum is home to the Hollanders, a Dutch Jewish family. Mikhail Gorbachev Gorbachv, Mikhail, n Orbach or Korbach, was selected as General Secretary of the CPSU in 1985. And so we see an unbroken chain of Jewish leaders of the Soviet Union, and the first leader of the CIS was a Jew. Taking all of this into account, you will now realize that it is impossible to claim that Russification took place in Russia. Unknown ethnic background; his official biography is a complete fiction, according to Soviet Analyst.Housed in four former Ashkenazi synagogues dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, its permanent exhibition reflects the versatility of Judaism in the past and present.It also has its own dedicated children's museum with exceptional educational facilities.