Zierrah and Abbie Jews in Poland
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Poland was economically poor and wanted Jews to come to their country and built their economy.
Jews in Poland prospered economically and academically.
Some Jews made Cossacks pay taxes and ask permission to use churches.
Since the Jews were acting on the behalf of Polish lords, the Cossacks were afraid to do anything.
1648: Bogdan Chmielnicki became the Cossack leader and led an uprising aganist Poland and the Jews.
For 10 years, Bogdan led the slaughter of a hundred thousand Jews and 700 Jewish communites were destroyed.
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