Discussing St. Petersburg/ Leningrad's Jewish community, we speak about its life under the Soviet regime:
- Russian revolution and the myth of "Jews who sold Russia"
- Soviet Jews - victims and beneficiaries of the new political system
- Holocaust - "not to be mentioned" word in Soviet reality
- Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee and the night of the Murdered Poets
- Doctor's plot - the blood label of 20th century - as the biggest governmental antisemitic action of Soviet government
- Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionisim as part of the state policy which resulted in a phenomena called "refuzniks
- Modern day situation and the changes of Jewish life and identity which took place recently.
We also walk along the historical part of St. Petersburg including those sights which played important role in the Jewish history.
St. Petersburg as a former capital of Russian Empire perfectly illustrates connections between Russian and Jewish history.