pogromist

pogromist

(ˈpɒɡrəmɪst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who participates in a pogrom
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He might check the new monuments to pogromist Symon Petliura and Nazi-collaborator Stepan Bandura.
The excesses committed by him or under his name earned Semenov a reputation as a pillager, a mass murder, and a pogromist. Among his many enemies were former officers of the American Expeditionary Force in Siberia, who held him responsible for the killing of US soldiers and citizens.
Jake, like the Christian pogromist in "White Challah," is unable to articulate the violence around him.
After the even more impressive strikes of January 1905 they again grew wary of workers' pogromist tendencies; the pogrom following the October strike was just what they had feared all along.
Gross rather surprisingly discounts the thesis that Nazi antisemitism during the occupation of Poland was so pervasive that its legacy among the Poles produced the pogromist mentality, that erupted in Krakow and Kielce.
Gorky's description of the pogromists and Jews alike are physical and fleeting, entering the story through their violent actions and emotional outbursts: a red-faced young man throws furniture from a window; an elderly woman pulls things from a drawer.
The role of another nationalist auxiliary unit in German service, known as the Nachtigall (Nightingale) Battalion--initially celebrated by the pogromists as the "Stepan Bandera battalion" and still much revered in Ukraine and among Ukrainians abroad--was murderous but complicated: after the war, Soviet propaganda would long maintain that the battalion had played a key role in the Lviv pogrom of early July 1941, which was not true.
The pogroms of the 1880s, terrible as they were, eventually swelled into something larger still, which, in the first years after the overthrow of the czar, produced the murder of perhaps as many as 150,000 Ukrainian Jewsan event that is oddly forgotten today, if only because the Ukrainian pogromists, the "Whites" in Russia's civil war, went on to serve the Nazis 20 years later, and the Nazis outdid the Whites and overshadowed them.
But Putin's implied argument that in Ukraine he is refighting World War II, with Russia once again rescuing Jews and the world from nationalist pogromists and their European (read: German, therefore Nazi) sponsors is simply not credible.
government official to effectively press Poland and its prime minister to act against the pogromists" (14).
From these settlements come the Jewish pogromists who regularly set fire to surrounding mosques.
Pogromists and pogrom-agitators are to be placed outside the law" (quoted from Dekrety:93).