Revisionism in Post-Communist Romanian Political Culture
Between the wars, Romania had one of the largest Jewish populations in Europe: in 1930, 756,930 Jews, constituting the biggest Jewish community after the Jewish communities from Poland and Soviet Union, lived in Romania.
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