The Second Aliyah is characterized by the immigration of about 40,000 Russian Jews escaping pogroms, and the establishment of communal, agricultural settlements. Approximately half of these immigrants are estimated to have left after failing to make ends meet, while others are forced to leave by Ottoman decree in World War I.
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