Jews in Baden Emancipated, Judaism Recognized as Tolerated Religion

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Jews in Baden are emancipated when Judaism becomes an officially tolerated religion.

This is the very first constitutional edict of the newly created grand duchy of Baden. At the same time, however, Jews remain excluded from employment in the civil service.

In one year, the sixth constitutional edict of Baden grants Jews irrevocable civil rights and abolishes all the marriage restrictions which had previously been imposed on them.

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