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  • Period: 400 to Dec 31, 1399

    Medieval Period

    Anti-Semitism in the Medieval Period
  • Sep 15, 1095

    Massacre of Jews in Rouen, France

    Massacre of Jews in Rouen, France
    First crusade launched by Pope Urban II. This was suppose to be a liberation from Muslim control. Quickly turned into crusaders lashing out at Jews.
  • Sep 16, 1096

    Massacre of Jews in the Rhienland

    Massacre of Jews in the Rhienland
    Massacre of Jews in RheinlandSlaughter of Jews was done by the citizens. They killed many, destroyed homes, and ruined synagauges.
  • Jan 1, 1099

    Massacre at Jerusalem

    Massacre at Jerusalem
    Crim of CrusadersCristian Crusaders attacked and killed many Jews in Jerusalem.
  • Nov 16, 1179

    The Expulsion of the jews from France

    The Expulsion of the jews from France
    When Phillip Augustus came into power in 1179, he began putting many restrictions on the lives of Jews, and later expelled many from the country.
  • Nov 16, 1189

    The York Massacre

    The York Massacre
    On hte Great Sabbath (before passover), around 150 Jews were massacred at a house of prayer in York, England.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1400 to

    Renaissance Period

  • Aug 8, 1442

    Papa Bull

    Papa Bull
    First Papa Bull ordering seperation of Jews and Christians
  • Nov 16, 1492

    The Expulsion from Spain

    The Expulsion from Spain
    Jews Expelled From SpainIn order to become "good Christians," the people of Spain were told to not accept the Jews. In 1492, many of the Jews in Spain were exiled from the country.
  • Jan 1, 1516

    Venice Wall

    Venice Wall
    Jewish quater in Venice was enclosed by a wall.
  • Jul 14, 1555

    Jewish Ghettos

    Jewish Ghettos
    Paul IV issued Papa Bull, articles 1 and 2 set Jewish ghettoes in Rome.
  • Period: to

    Modern Period

  • Hitler Gets Rejected From Art School

    Hitler Gets Rejected From Art SchoolWhen Hitler was eighteen years old, he moved back to Vienna and applied to Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. Many speculate that this event fueled his anti-semitism and his hatred towards Jews.
  • Hitler Serves in WWI

    Hitler Serves in WWI
    Hitler Serves in WWIHitler saw combat in WWI against the British and Belgians just two months after training. He was awarded two Iron Crosses for his display of bravery. While fighting he became very patriotic towards Germany. He was temporarily blinded by a mustard gas attack.
  • Treaty of Versailles

    Treaty  of Versailles
    Treaty of VersaillesThe Treaty of Versailles ended WWII, and affected Germany greatly. It forced Germany to accept full responsibility for the war and for all the damages caused by the war. Germany had to pay back all other countries involved in it. Germany was no longer to able to sustain an air force, and there army was limited.
  • Period: to

    Weimar Republic

  • Mein Kampf

    Mein Kampf
    Hitler Write Mein KampfWhile serving eight months in prision, Hitler wrote a partly autobiographical book that revealed his future plans. The book also criticized certain groups of people for Germany's misfortunes.
  • Hitler Appointed as Chancellor

    Hitler become ChancellorHindenburg was on the hunt for a new chancellor. Originally, the chancellor would be elected via democratic election, but Hitler was appointed the position without ever receiving 37% of the popular vote.
  • FEBRUARY 1933 HEADLINE: The Reichstag Burns

    Reichstag BurnsArson attack on the Reichstag building in Germany. The public found Marinus von der Lubbe, a Dutch communist.
  • FEBRUARY 1933 HEADLINE Nazi's Suspend Civil Liberties

    Civil Liberties StrippedSeveral acts such as the Enabling Act were put into effect to strip the citizens of Germany of their civil liberties so Hitler can easily manipulate them.
  • MARCH 1933 HEADLINE: Nazi's Receieve 43.9% of Election Votes

    Nazi's Receieve 43.9% of Votes
    The Nazi party receieved 43.9% of the election votes. Although, they receieved a majority of the votes, which put them into power.
  • Hitler's First 100 Days in Office

    Hitler Becomes Fuhrer
    On Hitler's fisrt full day in office he entered mandatory loyalty oaths throughout the Reich. The oaths covered topics such as loyalty to public officials and loyalty to German soldiers.
  • The Nuremberg Race Laws

    Deprived German Jews the right to citizenship, giving them the status of a "subject." Jews weren't able to live the lives of normal German citizens. Nuremberg Race Law
  • NUREMBURG- The Reich Citizenship Law

    Nuremberg LawA subject of the State is a person who belongs to the protective union of the German Reich, and who therefore has particular obligations towards the Reich.
    A citizen of the Reich is that subject only who is of German or kindred blood and who, through his conduct, shows that he is both desirous and fit to serve the German people and Reich faithfully.
  • NUREMBERG: Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor

    In order to preserve pure German blood, Germans and Jews weren't able to get married. Jews weren't allowed to employ female Germans. Along with these, there were many other sections of the law that discriminated against Jews and didn;t allow them to be a part of society.
    Nuremberg Law
  • Nuremberg Law: Law for the Protection of the Genetic Health of the German People

    Law for the Protection of the Genetic Health of the German PeopleThis law required couples who wanted to get married to submit a medical examination to see if they had any undesireable traits. People that suffered from certain diseases were forbidden to get married.
  • Jews in Morocco

    Jews in MoroccoDue to the domination of Arabs and Muslims in Morocco, it was not a popular destination for Jews looking to escape hardships elsewhere. Jews faced hardships in Morocco, and with them being a tremendous minority, many of them emigrated out of the country following WWII
  • Nuremberg- Directives of Human Experimentation

    Nuremberg Detectives of Human Experimentation The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.The experiment should be such as to yield fruitful results for the good of society, unprocurable by other methods or means of study, and not random and unnecessary in nature.
  • Kristallnacht

    KristallnachtOn the night of Nov 9, teens of Hitler youth walked around Jewish neighboorhoods, breaking windows and starting fires. This act of Anti- Semitism was part of the terror that wen't on in Europe.
  • he Origin of a Lie

    The Protocals of the Elders of Zion was published in different languages and distributed around the world.
  • Fraud Exposed

    Swiss court fined two Nazi leaders for circulating a German edition of the Protocals of the Elders of Zion.
  • The Protocals Today

    The ProtocalsMany school textbooks throughout the Arab and Islamic world teach the protocols as fact.
  • “The Jew: The Inciter of War, The Prolonger of War.”

    “The Jew: The Inciter of War, The Prolonger of War.”
    Nazi PropagandaThis poster portrays the Jews as the ones who initiated the war.