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Lot number: 8363-23620

JEWISH BADGE OZET w. STAR of DAVID, SOCIETY 1925

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EXTREMELY RARE ORIGINAL JEWISH BADGE OZET with STAR of DAVID, SOCIETY 1925-1938
The badge has an Inscription: OZET, in Hebrew and Star of David. Engraving is done using old technique - please look at the images.
Its EXTREMELLY rare badge from short period of history.
Original, not reproduction. The item is perfect for museum or private collection. The item is bought on eBay from real old collection. Please note: last image is for sample only.
ESTIMATE PRICE: $1300 - $1500.
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WIKIPEDIA: OZET was public Society for Settling Toiling Jews on the Land in the Soviet Union in the period from 1925 to 1938. the principal sources of livelihood of the Jews in the Russian Empire were trade and small crafts. After the October Revolution, the Russian Civil War and instability and devastation that followed, these traditional occupations withered. Dictatorship of proletariat, War Communism and command economy were accompanied by persecution of those deemed class enemies or exploiters. As a result, in the early 1920s more than a third of the Jewish population of the USSR were officially counted as lishenets, disenfranchised people. Significant part of the population of schtetls (a small town with a large Jewish population in Central and Eastern Europe until the Holocaust), in former Pale of Settlement moved to big cities.
Did you know before what Jews were KOLCHOSNIKs?