Jews Expelled From Lubeck Germany Hot

Jews Expelled From Lubeck Germany

Jews Burned at the Stake
Source: Wikipedia

Timeline of History

History Topics
Christian History
Political History
Countries

At the behest of the guilds, Jews are expelled from Lübeck, Germany. Lübeck has historically been an especially antisemitic city with very harsh restrictions against Jews.

The guilds have been the biggest agitators for antisemitic restrictions, apparently in the fear that Jewish merchants would create too much competition for them.

In 1701 a single Jew will be allowed to legally live in Lübeck, but only in exchange for a hefty yearly payment.

User comments

There are no user comments for this item.

Ratings (the higher the better)
Interesting
Comment
    Please enter the security code.
 
 
Powered by JReviews

Today's Major Events

Munich's White Rose Resistance Group Prints and Distributes Anti-Nazi Leaflets
Birth of German Historian Arthur Moeller van den Bruck, Creates Concept of 'Third Reich'
American Cardinals Meet with Pope John Paul II to Discuss Sex Abuse Crisis