Advanced Search Filters

In addition to or instead of a keyword search, use one or more of the following filters when you search.

Skip to main content



Originally used to describe antisemitic mass violence in the Russian Empire in the nineteenth century, the term “pogrom” has come to refer to any anti-Jewish group violence. Pogroms occurred with different degrees of organization, and they often involved the collaboration of police, military, or government authorities.

Thank You for Supporting Our Work

We would like to thank The Alexander Grass Foundation for supporting the ongoing work to create content and resources for Experiencing History. View the list of all donors and contributors.


Learn more about sources for your classroom