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As the Jewish population grew, so did the impact of Yiddish culture on the region. After the war ended in 1945, there was renewed interest in the idea of Birobidzhan as a potential home for Jewish refugees.
) is a federal subject of Russia in the Russian Far East, bordering Khabarovsk Krai and Amur Oblast in Russia and Heilongjiang province in China.
According to an article published in 2000, Birobidzhan has several state-run schools that teach Yiddish, a Yiddish school for religious instruction and a kindergarten.
The five- to seven-year-olds spend two lessons a week learning to speak Yiddish, as well as being taught Jewish songs, dance, and traditions. , a documentary on Stalin's creation of the Jewish Autonomous Region and its settlement, was released by The Cinema Guild.
Socialist Zionists such as Ber Borochov were gaining followers at that time and Zionism was a rival ideology to Marxism among left-wing Jews.
This area was often infiltrated by China, while Japan also wanted Russia to lose the provinces of the Soviet Far East.
In 1858 the northern bank of the Amur River, including the territory of today's Jewish Autonomous Oblast, became incorporated into the Russian Empire pursuant to the Treaty of Aigun (1858) and the Convention of Peking (1860).