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In History
  • Nov 12, 1200

    Demonization 12th century

    Demonization 12th century
    The Edict of Expulsion This was the start of when the jews began to demonized by tales of horns and magical powers that continued to the late 19th century.
  • Sep 14, 1215

    The yellow star

    The yellow star
    The Yellow Star The fourth lantern council issued that all jews and muslims must wear the yellow star to identify who or what they are and would begin the constant humiliation of jews
  • Feb 14, 1349

    The Black Death

    The Black Death
    Black Death In 1349 in Stanberg France jews were to blame for the cause of the blck plauge. Jews were burned alive because they said that they were the source of the problem.
  • Jan 1, 1478

    Inquisition of Converted Jews

    Inquisition of Converted Jews
    The Coverted Jews: From Persecution to AssimilationIsabella of Castile launches an Inquisition against converted Jews who secretly practice their original faith, persecuting the so-called Marranos (the word originally meant pigs).
  • Jan 1, 1504

    Execution of King Manuel and the Death of Thousands of Jews.

    Execution of King Manuel and the Death of Thousands of Jews.
    Manuel I of Portugal A popular riot in 1504 resulted in the death of up to five thousand Jews, and the execution of the leaders of the riot by King Manuel. Those labeled as New Christians would be under the surveillance of the Portuguese Inquisition from 1536 until 1821.
  • Ghettos introduced

    Ghettos introduced
    Timeline of Antisemitism: 1400 - 1600 The second half of the 16th century ghettos were introduced, at first in Italy and afterward in the Austrian Empire. This segregation then served as a convenient additional demonstration of the error of Judaism
  • Emancipation of Jews

    Emancipation of Jews
    A history of the French Jewish Emancipation The Jews of France were emancipated in 1791, it was largely the authority of the Enlightenment which overcame the objections of churchmen and gentile economic interests.
  • The Principle of Equality.

    The Principle of Equality.
    HOLOCAUST ENCYCLOPEDIA The European nations established in constitutions the principle of equality under the law and dropped all restrictions on residence or occupational activities for Jews and other national and religious minorities.
  • The Jewish Question

    The Jewish Question
    Eugen Dühring Eugen Karl Dühring wrote The Jewsih Question as a Racial, Moral and Cultural Question, in which he argued that Jewsh were causing Germany's decline, and that they constituted a "Counter-race" which neaither conversation nor simulation can change.
  • The Birth of Adolf Hitler

    The Birth of Adolf Hitler
    Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was born on 20th April, 1889, in a town in Austrian near the German border. His parents were both raised in poor families, his father Alois Hitler, was the son of a housemaid.
  • Protocols of the Elders of Zion

    Protocols of the Elders of Zion
    HOLOCAUST ENCYCLOPEDIA Publications such as the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, which first appeared in 1905 in Russia, generated or provided support for theories of an international Jewish conspiracy.
  • Mein Kampf (My Struggle)

    Mein Kampf (My Struggle)
    Mein Kampf (My Struggle) Sentenced to five years in prison, Hitler was released after only nine months during which he wrote his famous book Mein Kampf (My Struggle) to his follower, Rudolf Hess. Mein Kampf is said to be the "bible" of the Nazi Party. It has sold over five million copies by 1939 and been translated into eleven languages.
  • Reichstag Elections

    Reichstag Elections
    Reichstag elections Reichstag elections took place during Nazi pressures and terror; Hitler succeds in obtaining a majority by getting rid of all the communist deputies; new parliment grants Hitler an "enabling bill"
  • Concentration Camps

    Concentration Camps
    Concentration Camps Concentration camp: a detention site outside the normal prison system created for military or political purposes to confine, terrorize, and, in some cases, kill civilians. On March 8th 1933, concentration camps were established in Germany for interment of political "undesirables."
  • Nazi Cartoons on the Outbreak of War

    Nazi Cartoons on the Outbreak of War
    With Poison Pen: Current History in Caricature Mit Stift und Gift. Zeitgeschichte in der Karikatur was published in the year 1939. The book contained pictures portraying Winston Churchill as the "bad guy" and Germany as an innocent nation on which war had been forced. Card Stacking plays an important role in this book, because it only tells part of the truth.
  • Jews in Venezuela

    Jews in Venezuela
    Jews in Venezuela By 1943, nearly 600 German Jews had entered the country, with several hundred more becoming citizens after World War II. By 1950, the community had grown to around 6,000 people, even in the face of immigration restrictions.