Lubeck, Germany Decrees No Jew Allowed to Stay in City Overnight

In Lubeck, Germany, goldsmith guild had complained in 1658 that Jews were sneaking into the city to deal in precious metals.

Today, the city government decrees that no Jews are allowed to stay in the city overnight without express permission — and that permission is hardly ever granted.

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