Dubno in the Wake of Khmel'nyts'kyi

@article{Rosman2003DubnoIT,
  title={Dubno in the Wake of Khmel'nyts'kyi},
  author={Moshe Rosman},
  journal={Jewish History},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={239-255}
}
  • M. Rosman
  • Published 1 May 2003
  • History
  • Jewish History
This article utilizes a newly discovered source, the protocol book of the municipal council of the Ukrainian town of Dubno, to supplement Hebrew sources that describe the fate of the town and its Jewish community during the Kheml'nyts'kyi Uprising and accompanying Gezeirot in 1648. It shows that the Cossack forces attacked the town twice and while many were killed, a significant number of its Jewish inhabitants survived. Shortly after the withdrawal of the Cossack forces a process of recovery… 
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