Thank you for a detailed replay. I'm confused that it consumes your priceless time so my post would be as short as possible (to save your time for reading).
Initially I meant victims of the Holocaust that lived on a territiry of modern Russia, e.g. in RSFSR excluding Crimea. If you meant Jew killed on Russian territory but lived in other countries and other parts of Soviet Union then we speak about different matters.
I don't believe that there were so many (more than 100,000) victims of the Holocaust that lived in RSFSR (excluding Crimea) for many reasons. I'm Russian, I know our realities, I know Russian history. Jewish population in the central Russia outside Moscow and Leningrad was (and is now) insignificant. There was so called 'Черта оседлости' - 'Cherta Osedlosti' in Tsarist Russia. It meant that the Jews were prohibited to settle in many regions. After 1917 revolution many Jews settled in Moscow and Leningrad and too few in other areas of cental Russia.
Attitude of the Germans to all Soviet POWs was inhuman. And I agree that attitude to Jewish POWs was the worst possible. But it is not the theme of our discussion.
According to mr. Altamnnickterry wrote:Sergey, I urge you to buy Ilya Al'tman's Zhertvy nenavisti - it will tell you a lot about the whole of the Soviet Union, the ghettos, the actions, the resistance, the reactions, and more. And it will save me answering some of your questions!
Альтману удалось установить и еще одну цифру. На территории СССР погибли более двух миллионов восьмисот тысяч евреев.
Comment this number please. Maybe you agree with it? Is number of the Holocaus victims in Soviet Union so huge? If not then is the book by mr.Altman worth to read it?Altman established another number. More than 2,800,000 of Jews died on a territory of USSR