Khazarian, (Non Semitic Turkmen mongrel Red Russian Expats and inbred Spawn thereof) Ritual Murder in England Before 1290-The Edict of Expulsion of 1290

If Americans, want America and their prodigy, not to be zionist Usury slaves, Sexual party favors, and cannon fodder in zionist usury wars, Americans are going to learn real history.

This means grasping their shoulders with their hands, and jerking their own heads out of their zionist indoctrinated asses!

And expediently!

John C Carleton
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On 18 July 1290 every professing Jew in England was ordered out of the Realm, for ever, by King Edward I. Between sixteen and seventeen thousand Jews had to flee, and none dared return until four hundred years later

The Edict of Expulsion of 1290

A catalogue of recorded history surrounding Jewry under Angevin Kings of England, leading up to the Edict of Expulsion by King Edward I

Geoffrey H. Smith and Arnold S. Leese

1

The Settlement of Jews in England

Geoffrey H. Smith

There is little evidence to suggest that Jews settled in England in any large numbers until after the Norman Conquest. It was in Normandy, at Rouen, that a large Jewish community had existed since the Gallo-Roman era (see Gesta Regum Anglorum ii, 371n). William of Malmesbury stated that the Conqueror brought the Jews of London from Rouen. Thus it was armed might, not democracy, which led to England being occupied by Jews.

However, Jews soon became indebted to the Norman Exchequer. An example of Jewish indebtedness is that King Richard I (who reigned 1189-1199) instructed Isaac, son of a rabbi, to pay 1,000 marks to Henry de Gray, keeper of the Jews in Normandy. (For references to Henry de Gray see Morant, History of Essex i. 95 and Landon, Itinerary of Richard I no. 451.)

The first Jews to settle in England, then, were undoubtedly Jews from Normandy and in England they multiplied their number and their coins, until their expulsion in 1290.

The Jews of England flourished, travelled many miles around Europe and profited through their usurious proclivities and mercantile pursuits. They lived lavishly, owned great mansions and bought up English land when the English failed to meet their loans. (For proof of the wealth of Jews in England, see Pipe Roll 3, Richard I, Magister puerorum Ysaac (teacher of boys Isaac) p. 32; Vivus scriptor Helye (living writer Helye) p. 61; Coc de domo Abraham (abode of Abraham), Josce de domo Samsonis (Samson’s home), Mosse de eadem domo (Moses of the same home), Biket de domo (Biket’s home) p. 140.)

“The ostentation which possession of great wealth enabled the Jews to display, and their unconcealed contempt for the practices of Christianity, made them an object of universal dislike; as usurers, moreover, they had gained a strangle-hold on the recently founded monastic houses whose splendid buildings they had financed, and on many of the smaller aristocratic families…” From Domesday Book to Magna Carta (1951), p. 353.

During the 12th century, England was visited by Jews from Italy, Spain and Russia, as well as from French-speaking lands.

Jews in medieval England built ‘the great Synagogue’ just a short walk from the Tower of London. This was an error for which many Jews paid later, on their short walk to the Tower for their execution. The Synagogue was used not only for religious ceremony but also to ‘invite’ claims against Christian debtors, effecting a settlement of their debts. (See Rigg, Select Pleas, pp. 9, 12; Cal. Plea Rolls, passim and Matthew Paris, Chronica Majora v. 398-9.)

Following the death of Henry I, who reigned 1100-1135, the situation surrounding Jewry in England dramatically changed to their advantage when Stephen was elected as King of England. Stephen was weak and most of his reign (1135-1154) was marked by civil war. Stephen’s weakness included a fondness for Jews and they soon founded communities at Norwich, Cambridge and Oxford. After the death of his son in 1153 Stephen acknowledged Matilda’s son (Henry II) as his heir to the throne.

During Henry II’s reign (1154-1189) Jewish communities could be found at Lincoln, Northampton, Thetford and Bungay; also in Gloucestershire, Hampshire and Wiltshire. In 1159 King Henry II levied taxes of 200 marks on the Jews of London, Norwich (72½ marks), Lincoln (60), Cambridge and Hampshire (50), Thetford (45), Bungay and Northampton (22½), Oxford (20), Gloucestershire and Wiltshire (2). Gloucestershire and Wiltshire saw most of the fighting for accession to the throne. (See From Domesday Book to Magna Carta, pp. 150-3 and also the map, contained therein.)

During Stephen’s reign, when the royal power waned, Jews had preferred to settle on lands within the jurisdiction of the great lords of the day and under their protection. Thus, the easy explanation during Henry II’s reign of the presence of Jewish communities at Bungay and Thetford, two towns belonging to the Earl of Norfolk, Hugh Bigod.

Dramatically, in 1192, Isaac of Saint Edmund’s was killed at Thetford during a rising to awareness of the Jews by the populace. The Pipe Rolls of Richard I contain many traces of massacres of Jews.

By the time of Henry III’s reign (1216-1272) there were sizeable Jewish communities in Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Colchester, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Lincoln, London, Northampton, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Stamford, Winchester, Worcester and York. (This is proved by Transactions, xi 99-111, Jewish Hist. Soc., which were lists of taxation of Jews.)

One of the richest Jews in England around 1255 was Abraham of Berkhamstead, presented that same year to the Earl by King Henry III. Abraham was a very active Jewish usurer who had debtors in half the counties of England, from Devon to Yorkshire. Orders were issued to the sheriffs that debtors pay up, within a month of Easter following, or else their chattels would be seized. (For Abraham of Berkhamstead, see Richard of Cornwall, pp. 69-70.)

After the massacre of Jews in 1264, “divers Jews, taking alarm at the troublous state of the realm, went overseas… to Normandy” (see Select Pleas, p. 75).

By 1276 there were only two Jews engaged in money-lending in the town of Exeter (see PRO E.101/249/31), their names are Auntera, widow of Samuel, the son of Moses, and Isaac, the son of Moses (apparently of the same family).

By 1290, a cataclysmic date for Jews, there was but one household, that of a Jewess named Comtesse, in the High Street of Exeter (see E.101/249/27 no. 32). In Ipswich Jewish households realised no more that £7 6s 8d. when sold (Pipe Roll 22, Edward I, E.372/139, membrane 3).

Under Edward I (reigned 1272-1307) we read of the expulsion of Jews from Winchelsea and Bridgenorth – “in quam nullus Iudeus aliquibus temporibus habitare consueverit aut morari.” (in that no-one lending a share or portion dwelling temporarily has been accustomed or hindered; see Foedera i.n. 503 and Cal. Close Rolls, 1272-1279, p. 130).

Whatever may have been the position in the 12th century, in the 13th permanent residence outside one of the larger towns mentioned above appears to have been illegal without the King’s licence. The statutory provisions of 1239 and 1253 seem to have been no more than an affirmation of what was already the rule (Liber de Antiquis Legibus (Book of Old Law), Camden Soc., p. 237; Close Rolls, 1251-1253, p. 313). In 1237, for example, the Sheriff of Northamptonshire was instructed to see that no Jew resided outside the town of Northampton (see Close Rolls, 1234-1237, p. 425). Unauthorized residence appears, moreover, to have been the reason why the Bailiff of Sittingbourne was instructed in 1231 to arrest Isaac the Jew with his chattels (Close Rolls, 1231-1234, p. 12), for in 1266 a licence was required for a Canterbury Jew to depart and reside in Sittingbourne (Cal. Plea Rolls, I, 134; for later cases see Rigg, Select Pleas, pp. 61, 82; Cal. Plea Rolls, ii. 163; iii. 5, 127).

How the authorized communities established themselves in the 12th century is uncertain: no charter is known which permits Jews to reside in the towns where there is later evidence for the existence of synagogues. If, at first, there was some tacit understanding that in certain royal boroughs they would be protected from the wrath of the peasants, later their right of residence appears to have been a matter of accepted custom: “in quam nullus Iudeus aliquibus temporibus habitare consueverit aut morari.” The important Latin words are habitare (dwell) and morari (hindered). What was at issue was not visits or temporary stays for the purpose of business, for it is evident that Jews travelled all over the country, as indeed their charter permitted them to do, but the establishment of a permanent community. Jews might indeed own property in towns in which they did not reside, as at Cambridge, whence they had been expelled in 1275. They had also been expelled from Bridgenorth at the insistence of the townspeople in 1274, but to that town the people complained shortly afterwards, “they still have their repair, three or four days in the week, because they own a house in the town.” Even though they had been expelled from Bridgenorth they were still returning to lend money, although they were not allowed to stay there more than a few days at a time.

“All the world suffers from the usury of the Jews, their monopolies and deceit. They have brought many unfortunate peoples into a state of poverty, especially farmers, working-class people, and the very poor.” Pope Clement VIII, 1592

The experience of the Jews at Norwich must have taught every Jew in England how necessary royal protection was, and how easily religious passions could be aroused, even among the highest clergy. For it was the Bishop of Norwich, William Turbe, who was most active in prosecuting the charge of ritual murder against the Jews of his city, up to the supreme tribunal, the court held before the King himself. (See Jessopp and James, St. William of Norwich pp. 92-93, 103-10.)

Although contemporary Jewish authors deny such things as ritual murder, some admit that there may have been some unpleasant Jews around at the time.

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Jewish Ritual Murder in England Before 1290

Arnold S. Leese

The first known case occurred in 1144; after that, cases cropped up from time to time until the Jews were expelled from the realm by Edward I. The most famous of these incidents was that of Little St. Hugh of Lincoln in 1255. I record these cases in chronological order; and I do not deny the possibility that some of them, in which details are lacking, were “trumped up” ones, where death may have been due to causes other than ritual murder and the Jews blamed for it; but the case of St. Hugh, particularly, was juridically decided, and the Close and Patent Rolls of the Realm record definitely cases at London, Winchester and Oxford. There seems no reason to doubt that many cases of ritual murder have been unsuspected and even undiscovered.

1144, Norwich. A twelve year-old boy was crucified and his side pierced at the Jewish Passover. His body was found in a sack hidden in a tree. A converted Jew, called Theobald of Cambridge, confessed that the Jews took blood every year from a Christian child because they thought that only by so doing could they ever obtain their freedom and return to Palestine; and that it was their custom to draw lots to decide whence the blood was to be supplied; Theobald said that last year the lot fell to Narbonne, but in this year to Norwich. The boy was locally beatified and has ever since been known as St. William. The Sheriff, probably bribed, refused to bring the Jews to trial.

In J. C. Cox’s Norfolk Churches, vol. II, p. 47, as also in the Victoria County History of Norfolk, 1906, vol.. II, is an illustration of an old painted rood-screen depicting the ritual murder of St. William; the screen itself is in Loddon Church, Norfolk, unless the power of Jewish money has had it removed. No-one denies this case as a historical event, but the Jews of course say it was not a ritual murder. The Jew, C. Roth, in his The Ritual Murder Libel and the Jew (1935) says: “Modern enquirers, after careful examination of the facts, have concluded that the child probably lost consciousness in consequence of a cataleptic fit, and was buried prematurely by his relatives.” How these modern enquirers arrived at a conclusion like that after all these years, Mr. Roth does not say; nor is it a compliment to the Church to suggest that its ministers would allow the boy’s death to be celebrated as the martyrdom of a saint without having satisfied themselves that wounds on the body confirmed the crucifixion and piercing of the side. And why the relatives should bury the boy in a sack and then dig it up and hang it in a tree would puzzle even a Jew to explain.

John Foxe’s Acts and Monuments of the Church records this ritual murder, as did the Ballandists and other historians. The Prior, William Turbe, who afterwards became Bishop of Norwich, was the leading light in insisting that the crime was one of Jewish ritual murder; in the Dictionary of National Biography (edited by a Jew!) it is made clear that his career, quite apart from this ritual murder case, is that of a man of great strength of character and moral courage.

1160, Gloucester. The body of a child named Harold was found in the river with the usual wounds of crucifixion. Sometimes wrongly dated 1168. (Recorded in Monumenta Germania Historica, vol. VI (Erfurt Annals); Polychronicon, R. Higdon; Chronicles, R. Grafton, p. 46.)

1181, Bury St. Edmunds. A child called Robert was sacrificed at Passover. The child was buried in the church and its presence there was supposed to cause miracles. (Authority: Rohrbacher, from the Chronicle of Gervase of Canterbury.)

1192, Winchester. A boy crucified. Mentioned in the Jewish Encyclopaedia as being a false charge. Details lacking.

1232, Winchester. Boy crucified. Details lacking. (Mentioned in Hyamson’s History of the Jews in England; also in Annals of Winchester; and conclusively in the Close Roll 16, Henry III, m.8, 26.6.1232.)

1235, Norwich. In this case, Jews stole a child and hid him with a view to crucifying him. Haydn’s Dictionary of Dates of date 1847, says of this case, “They [the Jews] circumcise and attempt to crucify a child at Norwich; the offenders are condemned in a fine of 20,000 marks.” (Further authority Huillard Breolles, Grande Chronique, III, 86; also Close Roll, 19 Henry III, m.23.)

1244, London. A child’s body found unburied in the cemetery of St. Benedict, with ritual cuts. Buried with great pomp in St. Paul’s. (Authority: Social England, vol. I, p. 407, edited by H. D. Traill.)

1255, Lincoln. A boy called Hugh was kidnapped by the Jews and crucified and tortured in hatred of Jesus Christ. The boy’s mother found the body in a well on the premises of a Jew called Jopin or Copinus. This Jew, promised by the judge his life if he confessed, did so, and 91 Jews were arrested; eventually 18 were hanged for the crime. King Henry III himself personally ordered the juridical investigation of the case five weeks after the discovery of the body, and refused to allow mercy to be shown to the Jew Copinus, who was executed.

Hugh was locally beatified, and his tomb may still be seen in Lincoln Cathedral, but the Jewish Money Power has evidently been at work, for between 1910 and 1930 a notice was fixed above the shrine as follows: “The body of Hugh was given burial in the Cathedral and treated as that of a martyr. When the Minster was repaved, the skeleton of a small child was found beneath the present tombstone. There are many incidents in the story which tend to throw doubt upon it, and the existence of similar stories in England and elsewhere points to their origin in the fanatical hatred of the Jews of the Middle Ages and the common superstition, now wholly discredited, that ritual murder was a factor of Jewish Paschal Rites. Attempts were made as early as the 13th century by the Church to protect the Jews against the hatred of the populace and against this particular accusation.”

At a visit to Lincoln of the Jewish Historical Society, in 1934, the Mayor, Mr. G. Deer, said to them: “That he [St. Hugh] was done to death by Jews for ritual purposes cannot be other than a libel based upon the prejudices and ignorance of an unenlightened age.” The Chancellor on the same occasion said: “It was quite obviously one of the very many cases of slander spread about the Jews from time to time. No doubt, the child died or fell down the well.”

These people, Jews and Gentiles, bring no evidence whatever for their statement; it couldn’t have happened, they say. Why not?

Was Henry III, weak in character as we know him to have been, ever charged with being an immoral man? Did the judges not examine the body, which was only four weeks dead? Is Haydn’s Dictionary of Dates (1847 edition) medieval and superstitious when it said of this case “They [the Jews] crucify a child at Lincoln, for which eighteen are hanged”? There are no ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ here! Or does Copinus’s confession not tally with that of Theobald, quoted above in the first Norwich case? Copinus said, “For the death of this child, nearly all the Jews in England had come together and every town had sent deputies to assist in the sacrifice.”

No-one questions the historical facts in this case; but Jews and Judaized Gentiles alike unite in denying the fact of ritual murder.

Strack, in his The Jew and Human Sacrifice, written in defence of the Jews against the Blood Accusation, omits all mention of this famous case, which is the subject of the Prioress’s Tale in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and is referred to in Marlowe’s Jew of Malta. Hyamson’s History of the Jews in England devotes the whole of Chapter IX to “Little St. Hugh of Lincoln,” showing the importance of the ritual murder issue in the Jewish mind today. (The following Close Rolls of the Realm refer to the case of St. Hugh: Henry III, 39, m.2, 7.10.1255; 39, m.2, 14.10.1255; 40, m.20, 24.11.1255; 40, m.13, 13.3.1256; 42, m.6, 19.6.1258. And the Patent Rolls, Henry III, 40, m.20, 26.11.1255; 40, m.19, 9.12.1255; 40, 27.3.1256; and 40, m.5, 20.8.1256.)

1257, London. A child sacrificed. (Authority: Cluverius, Epitome Historiae p. 541.) Details lacking.

1276, London. Boy crucified. (Authority: The Close Roll of the Realm, 4, Edward I, m.14, 3.3.1276.)

1279, Northampton. A child crucified. Haydn’s Dictionary of Dates, 1847, says of this case: “They [the Jews] crucify a child at Northampton for which fifty are drawn at horses’ tails and hanged.” (Further authorities: Reiley, Memorials of London, p. 15; H. Desportes, Le Mystére du Sang.)

1290, Oxford. The Patent Roll 18 Edward I, m.21, 21st June 1290, contains an order for the gaol delivery of a Jew, Isaac de Pulet, detained for the murder of a Christian boy at Oxford.

Only one month after this, King Edward issued his decree expelling the Jews from the Kingdom. There is, then, every reason to believe that it was the Oxford murder which proved the last straw in toleration.

A similar ritual case was one of the main stimulants to the King and Queen of Spain to expel professing Jews from that country in 1492 (Leese: Jewish Ritual Murder, p. 20).

The Jews, in attempting to escape responsibility for these deaths by ritual murder, do not hesitate to impugn the probity of two of the Kings of England, against whose moral character no-one else has dared to cast a slur. Here are some examples. Firstly the Jew Hyamson (in History of the Jews in England, 1928 edition, p. 21) wrote: “It has also been pointed out that the Blood Accusation was as a rule made at a time at which the Royal Treasury needed replenishing.” This foul accusation against men of upright character was repeated in the Jewish Chronicle Supplement, April 1936, p. 8 (speaking of the Lincoln case in the reign of Henry III): “Henceforth and especially under the zealously Christian Edward I, the Crown and its officers became almost a worse peril to the Jews than mobs intent on loot and led on by fanatic priests and knightly spendthrifts who had borrowed Jewish money. When 18th century writers of history began to examine the old records in a new sceptical temper some may be found venturing on such unkind surmises as that the alleged crucifixions of Christian children only seemed to happen when kings were short of money.”

To deny that the cases of St. William of Norwich and St. Hugh of Lincoln were Jewish ritual murders is to accuse certain English Kings, certain English Clergy, and certain English administrators, known to be men of good morals, of murdering and torturing Jews to get their money, after accusing them of horrible crimes. In the case of St. Hugh, the sentence was juridical; in the case of St. William, the mob took the matter into their own hands because the Sheriff would take no action himself.

Whom do you believe – the Jews or the English?

“It is difficult to refuse all credit to stories so circumstantial and so frequent.” So says Social England concerning ritual murders in England (vol. I, p. 407, 1893, edited by H. D. Traill).

A significant fact is that Haydn’s Dictionary of Dates, at least up to 1847, quoted the ritual murders in Norman and Plantagenet England as undisputed facts. In later editions in the sixties, all mention of them is extirpated! We may take it that the Jewish Money Power began to dictate to the Press in England somewhere in the fifties of the last century.

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The Expulsion of the Jews from England

Geoffrey H. Smith

Upon accession to the throne, Edward I was conducting a crusade against the Saracen. Returning to England in 1274, he found the realm in ruins, as a result of his father’s folly.

Many debtors, realising that the Jews of England were in trouble, refused to honour their debts. An audit organised by the government revealed widespread corruption. Many formerly affluent Jewish financiers had to sell their property in order to fulfill their tax obligations. Many also failed to pay the taxes due and were simply banished, as Jews were only tolerated when they could devise means to legally rob the English so as to pay taxes to the Crown.

The generally run-down condition of Jewry cried out for reform, and events abroad indicated one method of bringing it about.

In 1274, when Edward returned from the crusades, the Council of Lyons under Pope Gregory X ordered the Christians to condemn the sin of usury and those who conducted it, both native-born and foreign. Pious Edward, being a loyal son of the Church, went into immediate action, and ordered an investigation into the practices of the Florentine bankers. They had been in England since 1223. There then followed an investigation of the Jews.

For nearly 200 years Jewish bankers had been favoured by the Crown and encouraged to fill the royal coffers – this cannot be denied. But now that Jews were impoverished, their ‘usefulness’ could be forgotten. And so Henry III’s policy of restricting Jewish activities, and the Church’s policy of suppressing usury, were combined in an attempt to prevent Jews from practising their expertise in loaning money at interest.

A foolish attempt was made to turn Jews from usurers and merchants to material producers and common labourers. This proposal – putting Jews to work – was submitted by Robert Grosseteste, later Bishop of Lincoln. He thought it a good idea and he approved it. See Grosseteste, Epistolae, ed. Luard, V. p. 3ff. (To this day, Jews in Israel refuse to sweep the streets and do menial work.)

Then later, Thomas Acquinas urged similar action upon the Duchess of Brabant. “If rulers think they harm their souls by taking money from usurers,” he wrote, “they should see that the Jews are compelled to labour.” (See Opusculum ad Ducissam Brabantae, 1261.)

The Stätütüm dè Jûdèísmö of 1275 was promulgated in the Common Council of the Realm at Westminster. Both Jews and Christians were forbidden to lend money at interest; offenders would suffer punishment. Debts outstanding at the time the Statute was introduced were to be paid by the following Easter.

And that each Jew after he shall be seven years old, shall wear a badge on his outer garment that is to say in the form of two tables joined of yellow fait of the length of six inches and of the breadth of three inches.
Stätütüm dè Jûdèísmö 1275

As regards the ownership of land, the Stätütüm dè Jûdèísmö was more liberal than the legislation of four years earlier, which prohibited it entirely except for personal occupation.

Following the promulgation of the Statute, Jewry held a meeting to consider the long-term impact. They drew up a long petition, begging the King and his Council to make modifications. Poor Jews (they claimed) should be allowed to dispose of property to fellow Jews, instead of being forced to tear down buildings for scrap material.

Jews could no longer travel about safely and usury was no longer profitable as debtors realised their increasing plight. Their petition to the King and Council was a pathetic plea for mercy, begging to be allowed to live at peace under Edward as they had done since the days of the Norman Conquest. (See Select Cases in Court of King’s Bench, Edward I, vol. iii, pp. xxxi, cxiv.)

During the year following the enactment of the Stätütüm dè Jûdèísmö, many Jews unable to pay their taxes were imprisoned and their families deported overseas. Wealthy Jews, in contrast, turned to the sale of corn and wool. They proved successful at Bristol, Canterbury, Exeter and Hereford, trading in corn, while at Lincoln, Norwich and Oxford their interest was wool. Dealing in trinkets, jewelry and common junk continued as of old.

Many Jews, forbidden by the Statute to profit from usury took to ‘clipping’ the coinage: that is, clipping or filing the edges of gold and silver coins, putting it back into circulation and melting the clippings and filings into bullion.

This offence is condemned in Sepher Hassidin pp. 305-6 and is recorded as one of the reasons for the Expulsion by Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg, in his Responsa. (Also by the chroniclers Ibn Verga and Usque in their accounts of the Expulsion; and less sceptically, Isaac Abrabanel in his Yeshwoth Meshiho, p. 46.) Jews were punished more severely than Christians if clipped coins were found about their person.

Even Jewish historians admit that usury was their sole occupation at one time, but once that channel of livelihood had been forbidden, conditions worsened, dramatically and fatefully for Jews. Prosecutions increased until at last the King appointed a judicial commission to investigate.

On 17 November 1278 Jews all over England were arrested in house-to-house searches in every city that had Jewish quarters. Several hundred were sent to the Tower, their property confiscated and escheated to the King. Among the Jews arrested were Benedict fil’ Licoricia, a prominent Jew of Winchester, and the affluent woman financier Belaset of Lincoln. The house confiscated from Belaset of Lincoln is still standing in Steep Hill. (For the official inventory of the property confiscated, extant only for Bristol, Devizes and Winchester, see Misc. J.H.S.E. ii, 56-71.)

A few Jews stayed alive by discovering the benefits of Christianity, and gave up Judaism. Only three Christians were hanged for clipping the coinage and melting it down into bullion.

Thus, the end came about to large-scale offences against the coin of the realm. The sale and export of bullion by Jews was prohibited (cf. P.R. 1283, pp. 56, 79; see also: Annales Monastici ii, 390-1; iii, 279; iv, 278).

In November 1286 Pope Honorius wrote to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, reaffirming the decision of the Lateran Councils. He enlarged on the evils of relations between Christians and Jews and warned of the pernicious consequences of the study of the Jews’ Talmud. The King joined in the dialogue and condemnation by reviving the crimes of ritual murder. Jewish writers use the word “allegation” with regard to ritual murder with boring regularity.

On 6 February 1283 a Justice of the Jews, Hamo Hauteyn, set up a commission to investigate charges against Jews accused of selling plate made of clippings or silvered tinplate to foreign merchants. However, Justice Hauteyn was cashiered as he was far from genuine also. (See Select Cases in Court of King’s Bench, Edward I.)

To coin a modern phrase, there was only one ‘final solution’ to the Jewish problem. But the banishment of Jews was by no means a new idea in the 13th century. It had been employed all over Europe as far back as the 7th century.

In England various parliaments attempted to interest the King to order the expulsion of all Jews and it seems to have crossed the mind of Henry III. The Jews averted immediate disaster by making a better offer.

The final step was taken on 18 July 1290 by an Act of the King in his Council. It happened to be (long since remembered with awe) the fast of the ninth of Ab, the anniversary of manifold disasters for Jews, from the destruction of Jerusalem onwards. On the same day writs were issued to the sheriffs of many English counties, informing them that by Royal Decree all Jews were ordered to leave England before 1 November; any who remained were declared liable to be executed. The news of the expulsion was greeted by the population with great joy. Parliament promptly agreed to royal demand for a fifteenth of moveables and a tenth of the spiritual revenue, in taxation against Jews.

The Jews of London started their long journey to the coast “under the custody of the Lord King,” bearing the Scrolls of the Law, “una cum libris suis” (at one with their book). On board ship, at Queenborough, at the mouth of the Thames, ship’s anchor was cast at ebb-tide and the ship grounded on a sandbank. The ship’s Master then invited his passengers to stretch their legs. When the tide reversed direction so did the Master, climbing back on board while telling the helpless Jews that they “ought to cry unto Moses, by whose conduct their fathers passed through the Red Sea.” The Jews all drowned but the Master also met a bad end. He was hanged when the pious Edward learned of his mockery and manslaughter.

Most of the Jews went from England to France, while others wandered to Spain, Germany and Flanders. That fateful year for Jews, 1290, saw the first general expulsion from any country of that era. As chronicled in recorded history, Edward I was the first to order wholesale banishment of the Jews, with such awesome and long-lasting effect. His example was followed sixteen years later in France, by Philip de Bel, and two centuries later by Ferdinand and Isobel of Spain.

“Although Edward I’s 1290 edict of expulsion was not formally revoked as Manasseh [Ben Israel] had hoped, the resumption of open Jewish worship achieved the same practical result. The edict has actually not been revoked to this day.” Joan Comay: Who’s Who in Jewish History after the Period of the Old Testament (1974).

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The Texas Covid “Spike” is a red Russian Fake!

On July 2nd, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order mandating the wearing of face masks across the state, whether indoors or outdoors, when six feet cannot be maintained between people. In the governor’s decree, he cited a rise in Covid cases, a rise in test positivity, and a rise in hospitalizations as justification to force people to cover their faces in public.

The move is not only a violation of the civil liberties of all Texans. Abbott may have based his executive order on inaccurate information about a “rise” in Covid cases due to the Texas State Department of Health Services changing the definition of what constitutes a “Covid case.”

Thanks goes to Collin County Judge Chris Hill for blowing the whistle on what appears to be a move in mid-May to redefine what was a “Covid” case to open the door to a massive increase – all to match the mainstream media line that a “second wave” was on the way.

In a Commissioners Court hearing for Collin County on May 18th, it was revealed that while previously the determination of a Covid “case” was a confirmed test result, the definition was suddenly changed to count “probable” cases as “cases.” At the same time, the threshold for determining “probable” was lowered to a ridiculous level.

As Judge Hill said at that May 18th meeting, “If you have a subjective fever and you have a headache and you live in Collin County, you now meet the qualifications to be a probable COVID patient. It is remarkable how low the standard is now.”

Even worse, once a “probable” case was determined based on possibly unrelated subjective criteria, up to 15 people in possible contact with that “probable” case were also listed as “probable cases.” And “probable cases” were considered cases.

Repeat that farce across Texas and is it any wonder there was a “spike” in “cases”?

Also, Governor Abbott’s claim that hospitals were being over-run by Covid patients was refuted by the Houston hospital directors themselves, who said they were nowhere near actual capacity and in fact were about the same level as they were last year.

The basis for Abbott’s unconstitutional “executive order” has been shown to be false. Will he admit his mistake?

More:

The Texas Covid ‘Spike’ Is a Fraud

COMPLETE LIST OF JEWISH (End Of Times Pedophilia & Human Sacrifice Death Cult Members) EXPULSIONS (1,030)-NRT

Not my work, but a damn good one, with lots of time invested to research, list and document each!

Source link at bottom.

John C Carleton
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Posted on May 2, 2018
COMPLETE LIST OF JEWISH EXPULSIONS (1,030)
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COMPLETE LIST OF ATTEMPTED JEWISH EXPULSIONS (1,030) (with explanations and
sources):
~1,200 B.C. – Egypt – Jews Expelled for having leprosy and causing various
seditions/rebellions throughout Egypt, including helping the Hyksos gain and maintain
power; Jews venomously deny this basically because it refutes the mythology in their Old
Testament; Egyptian historian Apion (1st Century B.C.), who the Jewish Josephus wrote an entire book (‘Against Apion’) attempting to debunk because he said bad things about Jews and their perfectness (Tacitus via Apion via Manetho, ‘Judaism In Action’)
(this first entry may in fact need to be omitted due to the fact that it is largely mythistorical
and also that it is referring to the Hebrew people who are not exactly the same people as
the Jewish people)
733 B.C. – Samaria – Jews Expelled by King Tiglath-Pileser III (Samuele Artom, ‘The Books of
Kings and Chronicles’, 1981)
722 B.C. ñ Samaria ñ Jews Expelled by Sargon II (Samuele Artom, 1981)
586 OR 597 B.C. – Babylon/Judah ñ Jews Expelled by Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon for
refusing to pay tribute (Michael Coogan, ‘A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament’, 2009)
356 B.C. – Persia – Jews Expulsion/Killing plot by Haman (apocryphal ‘Book of Esther’;
mythistorical)
139 B.C. – Rome – Jews Expelled by Gnaeus Cornelius Hispanus for attempting to corrupt
Romans into religious cults, cheating people out of money. (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews
Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 128;
http://semiticcontroversies.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/valerius-maximus-on-expulsion-ofjews.html)

115 B.C. – Cyrenaica, Cyprus – Jews Expelled/Killed
(http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/4825-cyprus)
87-86 B.C. – Cyrene, Greece – Jews Expelled/Killed after Jewish uprising (E. Mary Smallwood,
‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 141)
66-63 B.c – Jerusalem – Jews Expelled after Pompey The Great annexes Judea/takes Jews as
slaves to Rome (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 21)
63 B.C. – Samaritan toparchies (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From
Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 40)
61 B.C. – Ramathaim, Syria – Jews Expelled (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 28)
61 B.C. – Ephraim, Syria – Jews Expelled (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule:
From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 28)
61 B.C. – Lydda, Syria – Jews Expelled (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule:
From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 28)
53 B.C. – Palestine – Jews Expelled/sold into slavery by C. Cassius Longinus (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to Diocletian’, p. 36)
37 B.C. – Palestine – Jews massacred after Romans capture Jerusalem (E. Mary Smallwood,
‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to Diocletian’, p. 113)
30 B.C. – Alexandria, Egypt – Jews massacred (50,000+) in a riot started by Physcon
specifically against Jews (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to
Diocletian’, p. 224-225)
12 B.C. – Gaul – Jews massacred after revolt/resistance against introduction of Roman
census/taxes (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 152)
5 B.C. – Palestine – Jews massacred/expelled partially by the Jew Archelaus, a Roman
puppet-ruler and successor to Herod The Great (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under
Roman Rule: From Pompey to Diocletian’, p. 106)
4 B.C. – Palestine – Jews massacred (2,000 crucified)/exhiled/sold into slavery by Syrian
legate Publius Quinctilius Varus and Syrian procurator Sabinus (who looted the Temple’s
treasury) after failed Jewish revolt against Rome in what Jewish tradition calls the “War of
Varus” (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to Diocletian’, p.
110-115; Sidney E. Dean, ‘War of Varus: Judea Rises Against Rome in 4 BC’, p. 1; Josephus,
‘Antiguitates Judaicae’, XVII, 273-277)
3 B.C. ñ Egypt ñ Jews Expelled
19 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled by Emperor Tiberius for corruption and aggressive
missionary tactics (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to
Diocletian’, p. 130, 387)
30 A.D. – Babylonia – Jews Expelled for revolting against Rome (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The
Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415)
30 A.D. – Adiabene – Jews Expelled; Jews backed ruler Artabanus III financially and militarily,
and after his death, the mob genocides Jewry (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415)
30 A.D. – Armenia – Jews Expelled; Jews backed ruler Artabanus III financially and militarily,
and after his death, the mob genocides Jewry (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415)
30 A.D. – Batanaea – Jews Expelled; Jews backed ruler Artabanus III financially and militarily,
and after his death, the mob genocides Jewry (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415)
30 A.D. – Ctesiphon – Jews Expelled; Jews backed ruler Artabanus III financially and militarily,
and after his death, the mob genocides Jewry (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415)
36 A.D. – Nisibis – Jews Expelled; (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From
Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415)
36 A.D. – Cilicia, Italy – Jews massacred after revolt/resistance against introduction of Roman
census/taxes (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 152)
39 A.D. – Jamnia – Jews massacred/expelled after “Jewish provocation” (E. Mary Smallwood,
‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 195)
39-40 A.D. – Antioch, Syria – Jews Expelled/Killed after a riot that started between circusfactions
and ended with total attack upon the Jewish community (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The
Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 176)
38-40 A.D. – Alexandria, Egypt – Jews massacred/expelled under Caligula after multiple
popular mob attacks on Jewry; this is the first known ‘ghetto’ in the world (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 195, 237-242,
360, 364)
40 A.D. – Nehardea – Jews Expelled; Jews backed ruler Artabanus III financially and militarily,
and after his death, the mob genocides Jewry (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 415, 420)
41 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews denied right of public assembly by Emperor Claudius (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 210)
44 A.D. – Dora (Greco-Syrian city) – Jews Expelled/Jewish revolt after Greeks put up statue of
Emperor Claudius in one of the synagogues (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman
Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 196, 247)
45 A.D. – Judea – Jews massacred by Roman procurator Fadus after a Jew ‘messiah’ named
Theudas tries to repeat Moses’ parting of the Red Sea (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under
Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 259-260)
49 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled by Emperor Claudius for “always rioting” (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 210)
50 A.D. – Jerusalem – Roman soldier “exposes himself”, Jews start riot, Jews begin to stone
Roman troops, 20,000-30,000 Jews killed (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule:
From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 263-264)
51 A.D. – Samaritis, Judea – Jews (Samaritans) start uprising against Rome, Roman
procurator Cumanus kills thousands of Jews and burns down multiple Jew villages, expulsion
order issued, then withdrawn as Jews enlist the Empress Agrippina and Agrippa (Emperor
Claudius’ best friend) to “intrigue” at court in Rome in order to get Claudius to reverse
expulsion for Jew revolt (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey
To Diocletian’, p. 265-267)
56-57 A.D. – Jerusalem – Jews Expelled (200) folliwng revolt where Roman procurator Felix
kills 400 Jews who are “Sicari” terrorists and followers of a Jew messiah from Egypt (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 275-276)
62 A.D. – Armenia – Jews Expelled after Jewish vassal prince dies and locals rebel and kill
hundreds of Jews (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 417)
63 A.D. – Pompeii (Greek island) – Jews Expelled
66 A.D. – Alexandria, Egypt – Jews Expelled/massacred (50,000) after Jews try to set fire to
the Greek amphitheatre (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey
To Diocletian’, p. 365-366)
66 A.D. – Ceasarea – Jews Expelled/20,000 Jews killed by Roman procurator Felix after Jews
attempt to physically take over the city screaming “Jews take precedence over Greeks” and
“the city is ours” (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 285-286, 295, 357)
66 A.D. – Scythopolis, Greece – Jews Expelled/massacred after Jews revolt; local Jews side
with Greeks against Palestinian Jews; local Jews get caught “double-dealing” (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 309)
67 A.D. – Ascalon, Syria – Jews Expelled/massacred for revolting against Rome, killing Greeks
(E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 358)
67 A.D. – Damascus, Syria – Jews Expelled/massacred for revolting against Rome, killing
Greeks (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p.
358)
67 A.D. – Bethhoron, Syria – Jews Expelled/massacred for revolting against Rome, killing
Greeks (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p.
358)
67 A.D. – Antioch, Egypt – Jews Expelled/massacred by Emperor Vespasian for revolting
against Rome, killing Greeks; plotting to set fire to the city (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews
Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 358-364)
70 A.D. – Jerusalem – Jews Expelled/massacred by Emperor Titus for rising in revolt;
Josephus gives the figure of 1,100,000 deaths and 97,000 prisoners taken to Rome for Titus’
triumph (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p.
293-330)
71 A.D. – Antioch, Egypt – Jews Expelled/cancelled by Emperor Titus (no reason) for setting
fire to city (again) (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 363)
72 A.D. – Alexandria, Egypt – Jews Expelled/massacred (600) for allying with Sicari from
Palestine in revolt against Alexandrian prefect Tiberius Julius Lupus (E. Mary Smallwood,
‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 366)
73 A.D. – Cyrenaica – Jews Expelled/Killed (3,000) after Sicari from Palestine enlist wealthy
Jews in Cyrene to rebel against Rome (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule:
From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 369-370)
85 A.D. – Jerusalem – Jews Expelled/Killed under Emperor Domitian during Jewish uprising
against Rome (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 353)
95-96 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled/cancelled after Jews managed “to deflect his
(Emperor Domitian) attack on to the Church”; Domitian conveniently murdered, too, which
forstalls impending persecution/prosecution upon Jewry (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews
Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 383-384)
109 A.D. – Aricia, Italy – Jews Expelled (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule:
From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 216)
115 A.D. – Cyrenaica – Jews Expelled by Emperor Trajan after the great Jewish rebellion (War
of Quietus) which began in Cyrenaica; 40,000 to 50,000 Jews killed in the entire Jewish
Revolt of 115-117; 220,000 Gentiles killed in total (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under
Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 371, 393)
115 A.D. – Palestine – Jews Expelled partially for revolting against Rome under Emperor
Trajan (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p.
393)
115 A.D. – Egypt – Jews Expelled after failed revolt against Rome (Eusebius; (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 399)
115 A.D. – Alexandria, Egypt – Jews Expelled/Killed under Emperor Trajan for revolting
against Rome; known in Jewish tradition as the “War of Quietus” (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The
Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 389-427)
115 A.D. – North Africa – Jews Expelled for revolting against Rome under Emperor Trajan (E.
Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 389, 393)
116 A.D. – Oxyrhynchus, Egypt – Jews Expelled by prefect Apollonios and Roman general Q.
Marcius Turbo after rising in revolt/killing Gentile farmers; even over a century later, this
city still celebrated the anniversary of their victory over the Jews as a holiday (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 402)
116 A.D. – Cyprus (Greek island) – Jews Expelled for revolting against Rome under Emperor
Trajan; tens of thousands of Jews massacred; Jews still expelled over a century and a half
later (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p.
389, 393, 404, 412-415)
116 A.D. – Mesopotamia – Jews Expelled for revolting against Rome (E. Mary Smallwood,
‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 393)
116 A.D. – Seleuceia – Jews Expelled causing a revolt (Orosius, Eusebius, E. Mary Smallwood,
‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 418)
116 A.D. – Media – Jews Expelled after causing a revolt (Orosius, Eusebius, E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 418)
132 A.D. – Syria – Jews Expelled by Emperor Hadrian (“The Bar-Kokhba Revolt”, Jewish
Virtual Library)
132-135 A.D. – Palestine – Jews Expelled/massacred (hundreds of thousands) under Emperor
Hadrian after Bar Cochba Revolt (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From
Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 439-466)
139 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled by Emperor Antoninus Pius for corrupting morals and
money fraud (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To
Diocletian’, p. 205)
155-156 A.D. – Judea (re-named ‘Aelia Capitolina’ under Emperor Hadrian) – Jews Expelled
(eventually cancelled) by Emperor Antoninus Pius after failed revolt over the issue of
circumcision (Jews are eventually exempted from the empire-wide ban) (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 467-469)
175 A.D. – Syria – Jews Expelled/massacred by Emperor Marcus Aurelius for supporting
revolt of a Roman usurper named Avidius Cassius, who was legate of Syria (E. Mary
Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 482-483)
194 A.D. – Judea – Jews Expelled/imprisoned by Emperor Septimius Severus for supporting
losing side (Pescennius Niger) in Roman civil war (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under
Roman Rule: From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 487-490)
250 A.D. – Carthage, North Africa – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’, 1978)
251-252 A.D. – Gaul – Jews self-deport after being given choice of Baptism or Death
by Merovingian kings (Solomon Katz, ‘ The Jews In The Visigothic And Frankish Kingdoms Of
Spain And Gaul’, p. 22)
255 A.D. – Cappadocia – Jews Expelled/12,000 Jews massacred by Persian King Shapur for
conspiring with Rome against Persia (E. Mary Smallwood, ‘The Jews Under Roman Rule:
From Pompey To Diocletian’, p. 509)
325 A.D. ñ Jerusalem ñ Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, 1978)
400-410 A.D. – Tella, Byzantine Empire – Jews slaughtered after a Jewish attempt to
betray a city to the Persians is discovered during Roman-Perisan War; Jews actually dug a
tunnel starting in their synagogue under the city walls which the Persians used to breach the
city of Tella, near Edessa (James Parkes, ‘The Conflict Of The Church and The Synagogue’, p.
257-258)
415 A.D. – Alexandria, Egypt – Jews Expelled by Saint Cyril of Alexandria (Socrates
Scholasticus; John of Nikiu)
418 A.D. – Menorca, Spain – Jews Expelled or asked to convert (Scott Bradbury, ‘Severus of
Minorca: Letter on the Conversion of the Jews’, 1996, p. 154)
468 A.D. ñ Babylon/Judea ñ Jews Expelled
470 A.D. ñ Babylon/Judea ñ Jews Expelled (again)
527-565 A.D. – Byzantine Empire – Jews Expelled/massacred by the thousands after
Samaritan Jews revolt and attempt to set up their own state and king; all synagogues and
Jewish houses are burned to the ground by Byzantine Emporer Justinian I (James Parkes,
‘The Conflict of The Church and The Synagogue’, p. 258-259)
567-578 A.D. – Ceasarea, Byzantine Empire – Jews massacre Christians and destroy
churches; Byzantine Emporer Justin II puts down revolt and expels the Jewish leaders of the
uprising (James Parkes, ‘The Conflict of The Church and The Synagogue’, p. 259)
554 A.D. – Clement, France – Jews Expelled (Bruce R. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
558 (or 561) A.D. – Uzzes, Gaul – Jews Expelled by Saint Ferreol (Ferreolus) after refusing
Baptism; the choice of Baptism or Expulsion was given only after Jews had plotted with
Saracens to overthrow the King Childebert (Solomon Katz, ‘ The Jews In The Visigothic And
Frankish Kingdoms Of Spain And Gaul’, p. 24)
576 (or 582) A.D. – Clermont, Gaul – Jews Expelled or forced into Baptism by King Chilperic
(Solomon Katz, ‘ The Jews In The Visigothic And Frankish Kingdoms Of Spain And Gaul’, p.
24, 84)
590 A.D. – Antioch, Syria – Jews Expelled by Byzantines for insulting image of Mary (Salo
Baron, ‘Social and Religious History of the Jews, Volume 2: Ancient Times to the Beginning
of the Christian Era: The First Five Centuries’, 1952)
602-610 A.D. – Mesopotamia – Jews partially expelled for plotting a great massacre of
Christians and destruction of churches; the plot was betrayed; Christians fell upon the Jews
instead and killed many (James Parkes, ‘The Conflict of The Church and The Synagogue’, p.
259)
610 A.D. – Cyprus (Greek island) – Jews Expelled
614 A.D. – Palestine – Jews Expelled by Persians/massacred by Romans as Persians invade
and capture Galilee; Jews joined army of invading Persians against Rome; Jews purchase
90,000 Christian prisoners from the Persians for the pleasure of cruelly putting them to
death; Jews were expelled, however, afterwards, because they insisted on setting up their
own independent state under the protection of Persia and the Persians weren’t going to
allow that (James Parkes, ‘The Conflict of The Church and The Synagogue’, p. 260; originally
via Michael the Syrian)
616 A.D. – Visigothic Spain – Jews Expelled/mass converted by King Sisebut at the instigation
of Byzantine Emperor Heraclius; Jews refer to this as the “First Evil”; some Jews self deported
in 613 to Gaul also (Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western
Europe’, p. 7-8; C. Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’, p. 7; (Solomon Katz, ‘ The Jews In The
Visigothic And Frankish Kingdoms Of Spain And Gaul’, p. 25))
622 A.D. – Medina – Jews Expelled/Killed; overseen by Mohammed (http://www.jewish
virtuallibrary.org/the-treatment-of-jews-in-arab-islamic-countries)
627 A.D. – Medina – Jews Expelled/Killed (again); overseen by Mohammed
(http://www.jewish virtuallibrary.org/the-treatment-of-jews-in-arab-islamic-countries)
629 A.D. – Jerusalem – Jews Expelled partially by Byzantine Emperor Heraclius I after retaking
of Jerusalem; upon approach, Jews bribed him to guarantee their safety, but upon entering
the city and seeing the number of Christians that the Jews had killed, he withdrew his
promise, executed many of them, and expelled the remaining Jews (James Parkes, ‘The
Conflict of The Church and The Synagogue’, p. 261)
629 A.D. – Austrasia/Francia – Jews Expelled/mass converted by King Dagobert I on orders of
the church; baptism or expulsion was the choice (Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval
Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 60-64; (Solomon Katz, ‘ The Jews In The Visigothic And
Frankish Kingdoms Of Spain And Gaul’, p. 25, 84)
629 A.D. – Lombardy, Italy – Jews Expelled/mass converted by King Dagobert I (C. Roth, ‘A
History of the Marranos’, p. 3)
640 A.D. – Arabia – Jews Expelled
642 A.D. – Visigoth Empire -Jews Expelled for aiding influential Goths who had revolted
(Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 14)
650 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Emperor Domitian murders all alleged “descendents of David”
(Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 63)
653 A.D. ñ Toledo, Spain ñ Jews Expelled by King Reccesuinth for “polluting the soil of Spain”
after Eighth Council of Toledo (Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in
Western Europe’, p. 15)
672 A.D. – Spain – Jews Expelled by King Wamba after Jews initiate revolt in Septimania
(Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 18)
673 A.D. – Narbonne, France – Jews Expelled for siding with Jews of Septimania in revolt
(Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 18)
682 A.D. – Visigothic Empire – Jews Expelled after Twelfth Council of Toledo by King/Count
Erwig (Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 19)
692 A.D. – Lombardy, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced to convert to Christianity by Lombards
(Solomon Katz, ‘ The Jews In The Visigothic And Frankish Kingdoms Of Spain And Gaul’, p.
26)
693 A.D. – Visigothic Empire – Jews Expelled/reduced to slavery after Sixteenth Council of
Toledo by King Egica after plotting to “deliver Spain to the more tolerant Moors” (Solomon
Katz, ‘ The Jews In The Visigothic And Frankish Kingdoms Of Spain And Gaul’, p. 21)
723 A.D. – Byzantine Empire – Jews Expelled/mass converted under Leo The Isaurian (C.
Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’, p. 3)
820 A.D. – Lyon, France – Jews Expelled/Killed by Saint Agobard for owning/selling Christian
slaves (Bernard S. Bachrach, ‘Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe’, p. 98-102)
855 A.D. – Italy – Jews Expelled by Holy Roman Emperor Ludwig II
(http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/12816-rome)
875 OR 845 A.D. – Canton, China – Jews Expelled/Killed
876 A.D. – Sens – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, 1978)
931 A.D. – Bari, Italy – Jews Expelled/Killed (Bruce R. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
985 A.D. – Sparta, Greece – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php?search=expelled&dosearch.x=12&dosearch.y=
6&dosearch=Search)
976 A.D. – Imola, Italy – Jews Expelled after an attack by Ravenna (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 72)
1012 A.D. ñ Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled by Emperor Henry II (Rebecca Rist, ‘Popes and
Jews, 1095-1291)
1013 A.D. – CÛrdoba, Spain – Jews Expelled
1016 A.D. – Kairouan, Tunisia – Jews Expelled/Forced to convert (George F. Nafziger/Mark W.
Walton, ‘Islam at War: A History’, p. 230)
1026 A.D. – Limoges and other French towns – Jews Expelled by the Bishop of Limoges
(‘Popes and Jews’)
1062 A.D. – Atero, Italy – Jews Expelled after choice of Expulsion/Conversion (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 72)
1066 A.D. – Granada, Spain – Jews Expelled/Killed by Muslims
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-treatment-of-jews-in-arab-islamic-countries)
1066 A.D. – Mentz, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed/Forced to Convert (E. Gibbon, ‘The
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, Vol. II, p.1008)
1066 A.D. – Worms, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed/Forced to Convert (E. Gibbon, ‘The
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, Vol. II, p.1008)
1066 A.D. – Spires, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed/Forced to Convert (E. Gibbon, ‘The
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, Vol. II, p.1008)
1066 A.D. – Treves, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed/Forced to Convert (E. Gibbon, ‘The
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, Vol. II, p.1008)
1066 A.D. – Verdon, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed/Forced to Convert (E. Gibbon, ‘The
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, Vol. II, p.1008)
1066 A.D. – Toledo, Spain – Jews Expelled/Killed by Crusaders (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 13)
1107 A.D. – Morocco – Jews Expelled/Forced to convert (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 82)
1113 A.D. – Russia – Jews Expelled by Prince Vladimir Monomakh (www.rusjournal.org/wpcontent/uploads/2016/02/Monomax_Jews.pdf)
1113 A.D. – Syracuse, Italy – Jews Expelled after crucifying a ram in mockery of Christ (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 83)
1125 A.D. – Ghent, Belgium – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie’, Ch. 4)
1125 A.D. – Flanders, Belgium – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie’, Ch. 4)
1130-1135 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled due to Jewish merchant activity (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 74)
1144 A.D. – Spain – Jews Expelled after Almoravide persecutions (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 80)
1147 A.D. – Toledo, Spain – Jews Expelled by Muslims
(http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/14435-toledo)
1147 A.D. – Thebes, Byzantium – Jews Expelled by Roger II after his expedition (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 82)
1147 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled after Pogroms (James F. Harris, ‘The People
Speak: Anti-Semitism and Emancipation in 19th Century Bavaria’, p. 13)
1156 A.D. – Bari, Italy – Jews Expelled after its total sack by William the Bad of Sicily (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 80)
1156 A.D. – Lanciano, the Abruzzo, Italy – Jews Expelled by the leader of a successful revolt
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 81)
1171 A.D. – Bologna, Italy (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 126)
1180 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled by King Philip II (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1182 A.D. – Small cities in France – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1182 A.D. – Germany – Jew Expelled
1189-1190 A.D. – Burry St. Edmunds, England – Jews Expelled by William the Scaristan for
Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’, p. 16)
1205 A.D. – Villages/Towns in Spain – Jews Expelled by Muslims (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews’)
1206 A.D. – Halle, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed (B. Booker, ‘The Lie’, Ch. 4)
1212 A.D. – Toledo, Spain – Jews Expelled/Killed (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, “Jewish
Persecution”)
1223 A.D. – Normandy, France – Jews Expelled by King Louis VIII (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews’)
1225 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 77)
1225 A.D. – Cremona, Italy (B. Booker, ‘The Lie’, Ch. 4)
1225 A.D. – Pavia, Italy (B. Booker, ‘The Lie’, Ch. 4)
1225 A.D. – High Wycombe, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1231 A.D. – Leicester, England – Jews Expelled by Simon de Montfort (Robin R. Mundill,
‘England’s Jewish Solution: Experiment and Expulsion, 1262-1290, p. 13)
1234 A.D. – Warwick, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1236 A.D. – Southhampton, England – Jews Expelled (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291’)
1237 A.D. – Northamptonshire, England – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/northampton)
1240 A.D. – Brittany, France – Jews Expelled by Duke Jean le Roux (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews,
1095-1291’)
1240 A.D. – Austria – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects)
1242 A.D. – Berkhamstead, England – Jews Expelled (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291’)
1244 A.D. – Newbury, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1244 A.D. – Speenhamland, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1247 A.D. – Trani, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced to Convert (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 101)
1247 A.D. – S. Anna, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced to Convert (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 101)
1247 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced to Convert (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 101)
1253 A.D. – Vienne, France – Jews Expelled by the Archbishop (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews,
1095-1291’)
1254 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled by Louis IX (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291’)
1261 A.D. – Derby, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1261 A.D. – Brabant, Netherlands – Jews Expelled by Duke Henry II in his will
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/belgium-virtual-jewish-history-tour)
1263 A.D. – Derby, England – Jews Expelled (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291’)
1266 A.D. – Romsey, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1267 A.D. – Wroclaw, Poland – Jews Expelled to segregated quarter
1274 A.D. – Winchelsea, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1275 A.D. – Cambridge, England – Jews Expelled by the Queen Mother, Eleanor of Provence
(J. Hillaby, ‘The Palgrave Dictionary of Medieval Anglo-Jewish History’)
1275 A.D. – Gloucester, England – Jews Expelled by the Queen Mother, Eleanor of Provence
(J. Hillaby, ‘The Palgrave Dictionary of Medieval Anglo-Jewish History’)
1275 A.D. – Marlborough, England – Jews Expelled by the Queen Mother, Eleanor of
Provence (J. Hillaby, ‘The Palgrave Dictionary of Medieval Anglo-Jewish History’)
1275 A.D. – Worcester, England – Jews Expelled by the Queen Mother, Eleanor of Provence
(J. Hillaby, ‘The Palgrave Dictionary of Medieval Anglo-Jewish History’)
1275 A.D. – Andover, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1276 A.D. – Upper Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/bavaria-germany)
1279? A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled after Abraham Abulafia declares himself the
“Messiah” (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 151)
1278 A.D. – Cremona, Italy – Jews Expelled after Bianca Sforza is petitioned by citizens (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 126)
1278 A.D. – Small Towns in England – Jews Expelled for Coin-Clipping (Zefira Entin Rokeah,
‘Medieval English Jews and Royal Officials: Entries of Jewish Interest in the English
Memoranda Rolls, 1266-1293’)
1279 A.D. – Perugia, Italy – Jews Expelled by the Podesta (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 120)
1283 A.D. – Windsor, England – Jews Expelled (R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish Solution’)
1287 A.D. – Bacharach, Germany – Jews Expelled after major pogroms for ritual murder (Bell
and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation In Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 34)
1287-1288 A.D. – Gascony, England – Jews Expelled by King Edward I (R. Rist, ‘Popes and
Jews, 1095-1291)
1288 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/timeline-ofjewish-history-in-italy)
1288-1289 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled after Pogroms (James F. Harris, ‘The
People Speak: Anti-Semitism and Emancipation in 19th Century Bavaria’, p. 13)
1289 A.D. – Anjou, France – Jews Expelled by King Charles of Anjou (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews,
1095-1291’)
1289 A.D. – Maine, France – Jews Expelled by King Charles of Anjou (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews,
1095-1291’)
1290 A.D. – England – Jews Expelled by King Edward I (Robin R. Mundill, ‘England’s Jewish
Problem: Experiment and Expulsion, 1262-1290’, p. 1)
1290 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced Conversion (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 118)
1290-1292 A.D. ñ Apulia, Italy (and other towns) ñ Jews Expelled/Conversion; ritual murder
of Christian child (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 100)
1291 A.D. – Niort, France – Jews Expelled (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291’)
1291 A.D. – Paris, France – Jews Expelled to protect them from Christians wanting to kill Jews
for already killing Christians (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and Effects’)
1292 A.D. – Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced to Convert (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1293-1294 A.D. – Berne, Switzerland – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/berne)
1294 A.D. – Nevers, France – Jews Expelled (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291)
1298 A.D. – Rindfleisch, Germany – Jews Expelled after rebellion occurs after ritual murder
charges (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation In Sixteenth Century
Germany’, p. 34)
1306 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled by King Philip IV (William C. Jordan, ‘The French
Monarchy and the Jews: From Philip Augustus to the Last Capetians’, p. 31; Bell and Burnett,
‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1310 A.D. – Provence, France – Jew’s Expulsion requests from ecclesiastics denied by King
Robert due to Jewish bribe (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/provence
1310 A.D. – Gerace, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 271)
1319 A.D. – Breslau, Germany – Jews Expelled (www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/breslau)
1320 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled by The Podesta (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 127, 142)
1320 A.D. – The Papal States, Italy – Jews Expelled by Queen Sancia but soon readmitted due
to bribe (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 142)
1321 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled by King Charles IV (R. Rist, ‘Popes and Jews, 1095-1291)
1321 A.D. – Small Town in France – Jews Expelled by King Phillip V for Ritual Murder of
Christian child (Joshua Johnson, ‘The Evil Bible’)
1322 A.D. – Small Towns in France – Jews Expelled (again) (William C. Jordan, ‘The French
Monarchy and the Jews: From Philip Augustus to the Last Capetians’, p. 32; Bell and Burnett,
‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1325 A.D. – Brindisi, Italy – Jews Expelled/forced into baptism (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 271)
1326 A.D. – Pressburg, Germany – Jews Expelled at city council’s request
(http.//www.jewishhistory.org.il/history/php)
1327 A.D. – Iglasias, Italy – Jews Expelled due to medical/financial malpractice (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 263)
1328 A.D. – Savoy, Germany – Jews Expelled/”exterminated” C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 13)
1328 A.D. – Navarre, Spain – Jews Expelled/”exterminated” (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 13)
1329 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled (no reason given) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 100)
1336 A.D. – Cividale, Italy – Jews Expelled for ritual abuses against Christian objects/religion
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 142)
1336-1338 A.D. – Armleder, Germany – Jews Expelled after a revolt which started after ritual
murder charges (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation In Sixteenth Century
Germany’, p. 34)
1337 A.D. – Deggendorf, Germany – Jews Expelled after pogroms for ritual murder (Bell and
Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation In Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 34)
1338 A.D. – Pulkau, Germany – Jews Expelled after pogroms for ritual murder (Bell and
Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation In Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 34)
1347 A.D. – Messina, Italy – Jews Expelled/Put to death for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 247)
1348 A.D. – Switzerland – Jews Expelled
1348 A.D. – Small Towns in Spain – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (Irwin W. Sherman, ‘The
Power of Plagues, 2006)
1348 A.D. – Small Towns in France – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (Irwin W. Sherman, ‘The
Power of Plagues, 2006)
1348 A.D. – Small Towns in Germany – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 118)
1348 A.D. – Small Towns in Austria – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (Irwin W. Sherman, ‘The
Power of Plagues, 2006)
1348 A.D. – Tuscany, Italy – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 132)
1348 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 130)
1348 A.D. – Parma, Italy – Jews Expelled (the Black Death) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 131)
1349 A.D. – Strasbourg, Germany – Jews Massacred (2,000)/Expelled for a century by
townspeople on Valentine’s Day because the Jews manipulated the price of corn, and that
the Jews were protected from any prosecution of their crime by the city council (Cecil Roth,
‘The Jewish Book of Days’)
1349 A.D. – Hielbronn, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects, 1978)
1349 A.D. – Breslau, Germany – Jews Expelled (www.jewishviturallibrary.org/breslau)
1349 A.D. – Saxony, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation In Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1349 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled after Pogroms (James F. Harris, ‘The People
Speak: Anti-Semitism and Emancipation in 19th Century Bavaria’, p. 13)
1349 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed (Barbara W. Tuchman, ‘A Distant Mirror’,
p. 113)
1349 A.D. – Wurzburg, Lower Franconia, Germany – Jews Expelled after Pogroms (James F.
Harris, ‘The People Speak’, p. 13)
1349 A.D. – Hungary – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects, 1978)
1349 A.D. – Basel, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1352 A.D. – Bulgaria – Jews Expelled for heretical activity
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Bulgaria#Bulgarian_Empire)
1360 A.D. – Hungary – Jews Expelled again
1360 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews Expelled by Cardinal Albornoz (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 126)
1360 A.D. – Breslau, Germany – Jews Expelled again (www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/breslau)
1370 A.D. – Brussels, Belgium- Jews Expelled for Host Desecration
1375 A.D. – Palermo, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced outside city walls (C. Roth. ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 246)
1380 A.D. – Slovakia – Jews Expelled
1386-1388 A.D. – Strasbourg, Germany – Jews Expelled by Wenceslaus
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1390-1391 A.D. – The Palatinate, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1391 A.D. – Baden, Germany – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/baden)
1391 A.D. – Seville, Spain – Jews Expelled after pogroms killing 4,000; the local authorities
had wanted them expelled for a long time but the Pope and the King had always prevented
it; once King Jaun I of Castile dies, the Queen Mother, Leonora, expels them and destroys
their 23 synagogues (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 137, 247; C. Roth, ‘A
History of the Marranos’, p. 14-15))
1391 A.D. – Aragon, Spain – Jews Expelled after pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 248)
1391 A.D. – Ecija, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’,
p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Carmona, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Castile, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’,
p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Aragon, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Valencia, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Barcelona, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Catalonia, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Balearic Islands, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the
Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Palma, Spain – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’,
p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Toledo, Spain – Jews pogromed/mass converted (R. Maryks, ‘The Jesuit Order as
a Synagogue of Jews’, p. 2; C. Roth, ‘A History of the Marranos’, p. 15)
1391 A.D. – Palermo, Italy – Jews Expelled for spreading Heresy (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 248)
1392 A.D. – Monte S. Giuliano, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced Baptism (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 248)
1392 A.D. – Catania, Italy – Jews Expelled for “backsliding” Marannos (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1392 A.D. – Trapani, Italy – Jews Expelled for “backsliding” Marannos (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1392 A.D. – Syracuse, Italy – Jews Expelled for “backsliding” Marannos (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1392 A.D. – Palermo, Italy – Jews Expelled again (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
248)
1392 A.D. – Berne, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/berne)
1393 A.D. – Pisa, Italy – Jews Expelled; houses sacked for Usury (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 132)
1394 A.D. – Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects, 1978)
1394 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/venice-italyjewish-history-tour)
1394 A.D. – Mestre, Italy – Jews Expelled due to banking complaints (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 185)
1394 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled by King Charles VI (William C. Jordan, ‘The French
Monarchy and the Jews: From Philip Augustus to the Last Capetians’, p. 180; Bell and
Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1396 A.D. – Fermo, Italy – Jews Expelled when the Ghibellines sacked the town (C. Roth, ‘The
History of Jews of Italy’, p. 142)
1397 A.D. – Basel, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1403 A.D. – Marsala, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1411 A.D. – Taranto, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 271)
1413 A.D. – Polizzi, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1414 A.D. – Goslar, Lower Saxony, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1415 A.D. – Vizini, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1416 A.D. – Mineo, Italy – Jews Expelled/Put into prison for “conspiracy against royal
business” (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1418-1419 A.D. – Trier, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1419 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jews Expelled for being “social pariahs” and “prostitutes” (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 161)
1420 A.D. – Lyons, France – Jews Expelled
1420 A.D. – Vienna, Austria – Jews Expelled (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/vienna)
1420 A.D. – Austria – Jews Expelled by Albrecht V (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1421 A.D. – Regensberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 36)
1422 A.D. – Wurzgurg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1422 A.D. – Bamberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1422 A.D. – Brandenburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1422 A.D. – Ansbach, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1422 A.D. – Kulmbach, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1422 A.D. ñ Austria ñ Jews Expelled again (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1424 A.D. – Fribourg, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1424 A.D. ñ Zurich, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1424 A.D. – Cologne, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1426 A.D. – Girgenti, Italy – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful b/c of “Crown intervention” (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 248)
1426 A.D. – Bohemia – Jews Expelled by Margrave Albrecht V
(http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx)
1426 A.D. – Morovia – Jews Expelled by Margrave Albrecht V
(http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx)
1426 A.D. – Iglau, Bohemia – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1427 A.D. – Berne, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1427 A.D. – Lanciano, Italy – Jews Expelled by Fra Giovanni da Capistrano (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 274)
1428 A.D. – Fribourg, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1429 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1429 A.D. – Jerusalem, Palestine – Jews Expelled partially for desecration/arson of a church
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 275)
1430 A.D. – Saxony, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1430 A.D. – Lindau, Germany – Jews Expelled/Exterminated (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation In Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 478)
1430 A.D. – Palermo, Italy – Jews Expelled for Jewish doctor’s plotting the deaths of Christian
patients (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 239)
1430 A.D. – Piedmont, Savoy, Italy – Jews Expelled to outside of city in Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 312)
1431 A.D. – Pesaro, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 162)
1432 A.D. – Savoy, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1435 A.D. – Speyer, Germany – Jews Expelled “Forever”
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1436 A.D. – Zurich, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1438 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1438 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1438-1439 A.D. – Augsburg, Germany – Jews Expelled
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfurter_Judengasse)
1442 A.D. – Bamberg, Upper Baveria, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing
the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1442 A.D. – The Netherlands – Jews Expelled
1442 A.D. – The Papal States, Italy – Jews Expelled after multiple pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 165)
1442 A.D. – San Marino, Italy – Jews Expelled by the Podesta for organizing a conspiracy
against the republic (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 122)
1442 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1444 A.D. – Atrecht, The Netherlands – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/11450-netherlands)
1444 A.D. – Inner Austria – Jews Expelled partially for Moneylending by Frederick III (Gerhard
Benecke, ‘Maximilian I: 1459-1519: An Analytical Biography’, p. 71)
1444 A.D. – Giessen, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1446 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled
1446 A.D. – Brandenburg, Germany – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/brandenburg)
1446 A.D. – Berlin, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1449 A.D. – Toledo, Spain – Jews and Marranos massacred by Old Christians after causing
rebellion against King Juan II of Trastamara; this was after Marrano Jews had already
enlsaved Toledo’s Old Christians financially for decades (R. Maryks, ‘The Jesuit Order as a
Synagogue of Jews’, p. 2-3; C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’, p. 32-33)
1449 A.D. – Ciudad Real – Converso Jews expelled and their quarters sacked by the Order of
Calatrava after taking over financial adminstration (C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’, p.
32-33)
1449 A.D. – Lisbon, Portugal – Jews Massacred/Self-deported (C. Roth, ‘A History of The
Marranos’, p. 54)
1450 A.D. – Lower Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1451 A.D. – Messina, Italy – Jews Expelled for excesses in banking, trade, brokerage,
moneylending (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1452 A.D. – Cuneo, Italy – Jews Expelled by the Franciscans (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 165)
1452 A.D. – Lombarty, Italy – Jews Expelled for moneylending (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 166)
1453 A.D. – Silesia, Germany –
1453 A.D. – Vicenza, Italy – Jews Expelled unsuccessfully
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/vicenza)
1453 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jews Expelled for moneylending (C. Roth, ‘The History of Jews of
Italy’, p. 166)
1453 A.D. – Marsala, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy, p. 250)
1453 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled
1453 A.D. – Breslau, Germany – Jews Expelled by John of Capistrano for Host Desecration
(Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p.
35)
1453 A.D. – Schweidnitz-Jauer, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1453 A.D. – Franconia, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1453 A.D. – Constantinople, Byzantine Empire – Jews partially expelled and massacred by
Greeks for allowing the invading Ottoman Turks to enter the city directly through the Jewish
quarter with the assistance of the Jews (S.J. Shaw, ‘The Jews of the Ottoman Empire and the
Turkish Republic’, p. 26)
1453 A.D. – Liegnitz-Brieg – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1454 A.D. – Wurzburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1454 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jews Expelled (and shorty recalled) (C. Roth, ‘The History of
Jews of Italy’, p. 165)
1454 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled for Extortion (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 136)
1455 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled after riot because Jews tried to bribe the Pope (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 166)
1456 A.D. – Polizzi, Italy – Jews Expelled after Easter riot (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy, p. 250)
1456 A.D. – Taormina, Italy – Jews Expelled by Dominicans after annual fair (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1456 A.D. – Marsala, Italy – Jews Expelled on St. Stephen’s day after riots (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1456 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects)
1457 A.D. – Hildesheim, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35, 433)
1458 A.D. – Erfurt, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1458 A.D. – Calabria, Italy – Jews Expelled after rising of the baronage and peasants (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 277)
1460 A.D. – Gottingen, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1460 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1460 A.D. – Bohemia – Jews Expelled after John Capistrano preaches against them (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 166)
1460 A.D. – Faenza, Italy – Jews partially Expelled by Fra Bernardino da Feltre (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 202)
1461 A.D. – Julich, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1461 A.D. – Berg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1462 A.D. – Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/timeline-of-jewishhistory-in-italy)
1462 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled again (Barbara W. Tuchman, ‘A Distant Mirror’,
p. 113)
1463 A.D. – Calabria, Italy – Jews Expelled again (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
277)
1463 A.D. – Bari, Italy – Jews Expelled/re-admitted by Alfonso I (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 277)
1463 A.D. – Acri, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 277)
1463 A.D. – Lecce, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 277)
1465 A.D. – Fes, Morocco – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/thetreatment-of-jews-in-arab-islamic-countries)
1466 A.D. – Arnstadt, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the
Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1466 A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled by Queen Isabella I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1468 A.D. – Gaeta, Naples – Jews Expelled by townsfolk but denied by King Ferrante I
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/gaeta)
1468 A.D. – Egypt – Jews Expelled by Sultan Qa’it Bay
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1469 A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled again after jealosy of 400 richly-dressed Jews march
in parade (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 253)
1470 A.D. – Baden, Germany – Jews Expelled/Killed for Ritual Murder (B. Booker, ‘The Lie:
Exposing the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1470 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews Expelled (E. Michael Jones, ‘Barren Metal: A History of
Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury’, p. 196)
1472 A.D. – Schaffhausen, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the
Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1473 A.D. – Cordoba, Spain – Jews and Marranos Expelled by The Christian Brotherhood
acting under King Henry The Impotent after being accused of bribing one of the most
powerful generals, Alonso Fernandez de Aguilar (C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’, p. 35-
36)
1473 A.D. – Jaen, Spain – Jews Expelled after being accused of murdering the Constable of
Castile (C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’, p. 36)
1473 A.D. – Trapani, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy, p. 250)
1474 A.D. – Palermo, Italy – Jews Expelled for heresy/blasphemy (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1474 A.D. – Termini, Italy – Jews Expelled for “lese majeste” and blasphemy (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1474 A.D. – Sciacca, Italy – Jews Expelled for “lese majeste” and blasphemy (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1474 A.D. – Modica, Italy – Jews Expelled after a mob attack on Jewish quarter (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy, p. 250)
1474 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled (Barbara W. Tuchman, ‘A Distant Mirror’, p.
113)
1474 A.D. – Serovia, Spain – Jews Expelled/Massacred (C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’,
p. 36)
1475 A.D. – Tirol, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1475 A.D. – Noto, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p.
252)
1475 A.D. – Monte S. Giuliano, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy, p. 252)
1475 A.D. – Sciassa, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy,
p. 252)
1475 A.D. – Palermo, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy, p. 252)
1475 A.D. – Naro, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p.
252)
1475 A.D. – Castrogiovanni, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy, p. 252)
1475 A.D. – Messina, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy, p. 252)
1475 A.D. – Trent, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder of Christian child “For 300 Years”
(R. Po-Chia Hsia, ‘Trent 1475: Stories of a Ritual Murder Trial’)
1475 A.D. – Bamberg, Austria – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder of Christian child
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/carinthia)
1476 A.D. – Berg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1476 A.D. – Caltagirone, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy, p. 252)
1476 A.D. – Agosta, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy,
p. 252)
1477 A.D. – Tubingen, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1477 A.D. – Lorraine, France – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1478 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled by populace/denied by Medici (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1478 A.D. – Brescia, Italy – Jews Expelled because Christians were attending Jewish Weddings
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1478 A.D. – Mantua – Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1478 A.D. – Reggio, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 173)
1478 A.D. – Passau, Bavaria – Jews Expelled/Killed for Host Desecration (B. Booker, ‘The Lie:
Exposing the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1478 A.D. – Bamberg, Upper Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/2422-bamberg)
1478 A.D. – Styria, Germany – Jews Expelled partially by Frederick III after multiple pogroms
for Jewish Moneylending (Gerhard Benecke, ‘Maximilian I: 1459-1519: An Analytical
Biography’, p. 71)
1479 A.D. – Strasbourg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1479 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 173)
1479 A.D. – Arena, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 173)
1479 A.D. – Pavia, Italy – Jews Expelled after Jewish quarter of city sacked (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1479 A.D. – Portobuffole, Treviso, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1479 A.D. – Helmstadt, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1480 A.D. – Cologne, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1480 A.D. – Brescia, Italy – Jews Expelled again by Church authorities (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1483 A.D. – Andalusia, Spain – Jews Expelled by King Ferdinand II of Aragon
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1483 A.D. – Seville, Spain – Jews Expelled by King Ferdinand II of Aragon
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1483 A.D. – Cordova, Spain – Jews Expelled by King Ferdinand II of Aragon
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1483 A.D. – Mainz, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1484 A.D. – Katzeneln-bogen, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1484 A.D. – Hesse, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1484 A.D. – Warsaw, Poland – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1485 A.D. – Bamberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1485 A.D. – Perugia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1485 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 173)
1485 A.D. – Viadana, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 173)
1485 A.D. – Helmstadt, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1485-1486 A.D. – Vincenza, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
175)
1486 A.D. – Gubbio, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1486 A.D. – Saragossa, Spain – Jews Expelled after the Arbues Affair, in which Jews had
“influenced” the Marannos to act against Spain’s interests; the King orders the sudden
expulsion of Jews from the entire archbishopric, as a “foreshadowing” of the “final solution”
in 1492 (Norman Roth, ‘Medieval Jewish Civilization: An Encyclopedia’, p. 35)
1486 A.D. – Albarracin, Spain – Jews Expelled after the Arbues Affair (Norman Roth,
‘Medieval Jewish Civilization: An Encyclopedia’, p. 35)
1486-1487 A.D. – Syracuse, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 252)
1486-1487 A.D. – Caltagirone, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 252)
1486-1487 A.D. – Sciatta, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 252)
1486-1487 A.D. – Malta, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 252)
1487 A.D. – Taormina, Italy – Jews Expelled after stoning of Jewish quarter (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 252)
1487 A.D. – Corleone, Italy – Jews Expelled after a riot (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 252)
1488 A.D. – Oettingem, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1488 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews Expelled; immediately recalled b/c of a Jewish bribe to
Lorenzo de’Medici – (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1489 A.D. – Brandenburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1489 A.D. – Forli, Italy – Jews Expelled for moneylending (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 175)
1489 A.D. – Provence, France – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1490 A.D. – Castroreale, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 252)
1490 A.D. – Santa Lucia, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 252)
1491 A.D. – Castiglione, Italy – Jews Expelled on Christmas after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 254)
1491 A.D. – Ravenna, Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/timeline-ofjwish-history-in-italy)
1491 A.D. – Thurgau, Switzerland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1491 A.D. – Provence, France – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
259)
1492 A.D. – Wurttenberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1492 A.D. – Spain – Jews Expelled by King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of
Castile (Philip Broadhead/Chris Cook, ‘The Routledge Companion to Early Modern Europe,
1493-1763)
1492 A.D. – Colonies of Spain – Jews Expelled by King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen
Isabella I of Castile (Philip Broadhead/Chris Cook, ‘The Routledge Companion to Early
Modern Europe, 1493-1763)
1492 A.D. – Aragon, Spain – Jews Expelled again for Ritual Murder (B. Booker, ‘The Lie:
Exposing the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism, Ch. 4)
1492 A.D. – Sardinia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 254,
268)
1492 A.D. – Ciminna, Italy – Jews Expelled/thrown into prison by lord (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 259)
1492 A.D. – Cammarata, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
259)
1492 A.D. – Girgenti, Italy – Jews Expelled/arrested/imprisoned (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 259)
1492 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 189)
1492 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled due to preaching of Fra Bernardino (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1492 A.D. – Castelfranco, Italy – Jews Expelled due to preaching of Fra Bernardino (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1492 A.D. – Bassano, Italy – Jews Expelled due to preaching of Fra Bernardino (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1492 A.D. – Crema, Italy – Jews Expelled due to preaching of Fra Bernardino (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 175)
1492 A.D. – Alghero, Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/alghero)
1492 A.D. – Fano, Italy – Jews Expelled by municipal council/unsuccessful (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 173)
1492 A.D. – Castronuovo, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
260)
1492 A.D. – Piazza, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – S. Marco, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Castroreale, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
260)
1492 A.D. – Caltagirone, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
260)
1492 A.D. – Ragusa, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Lentini, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Camarata, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Sciatta, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Syracuse, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Taranto, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 260)
1492 A.D. – Cagliari, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 268)
1492 A.D. – Duchy of Mecklenburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 428)
1492 A.D. – Campo St. Pietro, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 175)
1492 A.D. – Pietro, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy, p. 176)
1492 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews to be expelled; bribed the Borgia Pope, Alexander VI to stay
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 179)
1492-1493 A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 178, 261)
1493 A.D. – Magdeburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1493 A.D. – Archbishopric of Mecklenburg, Germany – Jews Expelled for Host Desecration
Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p.
33; Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth
Century Germany’, p. 35)
1493 A.D. – Pomerania, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35, 433)
1493 A.D. – Halberstadt, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1494 A.D. – Naumberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1494 A.D. – Brescia, Italy – Jews Expelled b/c of propaganda by Fra Bernardino (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 176)
1494 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled after French invasion (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 280)
1494 A.D. – Lecce, Italy – Jews Expelled after French invasion (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 280)
1494 A.D. – Acquaviva, Italy – Jews Expelled after French invasion (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 280)
1494 A.D. – Catanzaro, Italy – Jews Expelled after French invasion (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 280)
1494 A.D. – Bitonto, Italy – Jews Expelled after French invasion (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 280)
1494 A.D. – Cozenza, Italy – Jews Expelled after French invasion (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 280)
1495 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Maranno Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 281)
1495 A.D. – Forence, Italy – Jews Expelled by Girolamo Savonarola (E. Michael Jones, ‘Barren
Metal’, p. 197)
1495 A.D. – Lithuania – Jews Expelled by Grand Duke Alexander (Bernard D. Weinryb, ‘A
Social and Economic History of the Jewish Community in Poland from 1100 to 1800)
1495 A.D. – Cracow, Poland – Jews Expelled by King Alexander I of Poland (Bernard D.
Weinryb, ‘A Social and Economic History of the Jewish Community in Poland from 1100 to
1800)
1495 A.D. – Kazimierz, Poland – Jews Expelled by King Alexander I of Poland (Bernard D.
Weinryb, ‘A Social and Economic History of the Jewish Community in Poland from 1100 to
1800)
1496 A.D. – Carinthia, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1496 A.D. – Napels, Italy – Jews Expelled again (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
281)
1496 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews Expelled along with the Medici by Savonarola (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 190)
1496 A.D. – Portugal – Jews partially Expelled by King Manuel I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history/php)
1496 A.D. – Carinthia, Slovenia – Jews Expelled by Emperor Maximilian I
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/ljubljana)
1496 A.D. – Styria, Austria – Jews Expelled by Emperor Maximilian I (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1497 A.D. – Graz, Austria – Jews Expelled for a third time by Emperor Maximilian I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history/php)
1497 A.D. – Isenberg-Budingen, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1497 A.D. – Portugal – Jews Expelled officially (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
180; C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’, p. 54-73)
1497 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Marranno Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 187)
1498 A.D. – Salzburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 35)
1498 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled for Usury (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 130)
1498 A.D. – Navarre, Spain – Jews Expelled
(http://www.encyclopedia.com/history/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcipts-and-maps/jewsexpulsion-spain-portugal)
1498 A.D. – Provence, France – Jews Expelled by King Louis XII (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 180)
1498-1499 A.D. – Nuremberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1498-1499 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews Expelled for Usury (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 130)
1499 A.D. – Rhodes, Italy – Jews Expelled (admitted to Nice) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 180)
1499 A.D. – Nuremberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 441)
1501 A.D. – Provence, France – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1502 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews to be Expelled/Saved by Catherine Sforza (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 201)
1504 A.D. – Pilsen, Bohemia – Jews Expelled for Host Desecration (B. Booker, ‘The Lie:
Exposing the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1504 A.D. – Moscow, Russia – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org.il/history.php)
1504 A.D. – Evora, Portugal – Jewish Marranos Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’, p. 64)
1504 A.D. – Piacenza, Italy – Jews Expelled b/c a non-Jew bank came to town (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 182)
1505 A.D. – Orange, France – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1506 A.D. – Lisbon, Portugal – Jewish Marranos Expelled/over 500 (another source says
between 2 and 4 thousand) killed by peasant mob mainly because there was a famine and a
New Christian tax-farmer, who just so happened to be the richest and most hated man in
Lisbon, was blamed for it (probably correctly)(Philip Broadhead/Chris Cook, ‘The Routledge
Companion to Early Modern Europe, 1453-1763; C. Roth, ‘A History of The Marranos’, p. 64-
66)
1506 A.D. – Nola, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 283)
1507 A.D. – Nordlingen, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1509 A.D. – Treviso, Italy – Jews Expelled due to banking complaints (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy, p. 184)
1509 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews Expelled due to banking complaints (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy, p. 184)
1509 A.D. – Novi, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 183)
1509 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jews Expelled after city is sacked (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 194)
1510 A.D. – Braunschweig, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1510 A.D. – Brandenberg, Austria – Jews Expelled for Host Desecration and theft of Church
property (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century
Germany’, p. 433)
1510 A.D. – Berlin, Germany – Jews Expelled for Host Desecration
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/berlin-germany-jewish-history-tour)
1510 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled for third time by King Ferdinand II of Aragon (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 180)
1510 A.D. – Prussia – Jews Expelled
1510 A.D. – Apulia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 283)
1510 A.D. – Calabria, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 189,
283)
1511 A.D. – Conegliano, Italy – Jews Expelled (unsuccessful)
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/conegliano)
1511 A.D. – Reggio, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 283)
1511 A.D. – Castrovillari, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
283)
1511 A.D. – Lecce, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 283)
1512 A.D. – Colmar, France – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/bischheim)
1512 A.D. – Regensburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Raphael Straus, ‘Regensburg And
Augsburg’, p. 13)
1513 A.D. – Munzenbourg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1514-1515 A.D. – Strasbourg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1515 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1515 A.D. – Ljubljana, Slovenia – Jews Expelled for a 4th time by Emperor Maximilian I
(http://www.jewishhistory.or.il/history.php)
1515 A.D. – Apulia, Italy – Jews/Marannos Expelled by Papal Inquisition (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 284)
1515 A.D. – Calabria, Italy – Jews/Marannos Expelled by Papal Inquisition (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 284)
1515 A.D. – Ragusa, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 284)
1516 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled b/c rulers were “anti-Semitic” (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 186)
1516 A.D. – Lowicz, Poland – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1516 A.D. – Gelnhausen, Germany – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful after a territorial-wide
meeting between princes, nobles, etc (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1516 A.D. – Hanau, Germany – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful after a territorial-wide meeting
between princes, nobles, etc (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in
Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1516 A.D. – Lindheim, Germany – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful after a territorial-wide meeting
between princes, nobles, etc (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in
Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1516 A.D. – Ruckingen, Germany – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful after a territorial-wide
meeting between princes, nobles, etc (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1518 A.D. – Conegliano, Italy – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/conegliano)
1519 A.D. – Weutemberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1519 A.D. – Regensburg, Germany – Jews Expelled by Emperor Maximilian I at the instigation
of the radical reformer Balthasar Hubmaier (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433, 441)
1519 A.D. – Dangolsheim, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1519-1520 A.D. – Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘
Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1522 A.D. – Nuremberg, Germany – Attempted Jewish Expulsion for forging coins and
smuggling good coins out of the region (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1523 A.D. – Medina, Italy – Jews Expelled after riots on Jewish quarters (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 182)
1523 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews Expelled for Arson (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 182)
1524 A.D. – Hesse, Germany – Attempted Expulsion of Jews; failed after Jews bribe
Landgrave William II (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth
Century Germany’, p. 441-443)
1524 A.D. – Kassel, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 443)
1524 A.D. – Marburg an der Lahn, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 443)
1524 A.D. – Calabria, Italy – Jews Expelled
1526 A.D. – Croatia – Jews Expelled by Emperor Ferdinand I for aiding the invading Turks
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1526 A.D. – Capua, Italy – Jews Expelled for moneylending (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 285)
1526 A.D. – Hungary – Jews Expelled by Emperor Ferdinand I for aiding the invading Turks
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1527 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews Expelled along with Medici family (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 190)
1527 A.D. – Pavia, Italy – Jews Expelled b/c of Plague (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 180)
1527 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful because of bribe to Cardinal della Valle
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 191)
1528 A.D. – Hagenau, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1528 A.D. – Alentejo, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’ p. 68)
1528 A.D. – Santarem, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’ p. 68)
1528 A.D. – Gouvea, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’ p. 68)
1528 A.D. – Santarem, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’ p. 68)
1528 A.D. – Olivenca, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’ p. 68)
1528 A.D. – The Azores, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History
of The Marranos’ p. 68)
1528 A.D. – Madeira, Portugal – Marrano Jews Expelled/Exterminated (C. Roth, ‘A History of
The Marranos’ p. 68)
1529 A.D. – Posen, Germany – Jews Expelled/self-deport/30 burned at the stake for ritual
murder (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century
Germany’, p. 436)
1530 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 183)
1530 A.D. – Augsburg, Germany – Attempted Jewish Expulsion for Jews colluding with Turks
in Hungary; cancelled by Josel of Rosheim’s lobbying/bribing efforts (Bell and Burnett, ‘
Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1530 A.D. – Strasbourg, Germany – Jews Expelled for moneylending/usury activities (Bell and
Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 443)
1531 A.D. – Capua, Italy – Jews Expelled again (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
285)
1533 A.D. – Silesia, Germany – Jews Expelled for ritual murder (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1533 A.D. – Constance, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic
Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1533 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 285)
1535 A.D. – Wurttemberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1536-1537 A.D. – Saxony, Germany – Jews Expelled (Paul Johnson, ‘A History of the Jews’, p.
242; Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’,
p. 436, 443)
1539 A.D. – Hesse, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1539 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled again (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
286)
1540 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled by the occupying Spanish; exhiled to The Levant (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 187)
1540 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes
and Effects’)
1540 A.D. – Prague, Hungary – Jews Expelled
1541 A.D. – Otranto, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 287)
1541 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled again (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
180, 189, 286)
1541 A.D. – Tittingen, Germany – Jews Expelled for ritual murder (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1541-1542 A.D. – Bohemia, Germany – Jews Expelled by Emperor Ferdinand I for aiding
invading Turks (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1542 A.D. – Prague, Hungary – Jews Expelled
1542 A.D. – Piotrkow, Poland – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1542 A.D. – Hildesheim, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1543 A.D. – Muehlhausen, Germany – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the
Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’)
1543-1544 A.D. – Goslar, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 434)
1544 A.D. – Wurzburg, Germany – Jews Expelled for ritual murder (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 436)
1546 A.D. – Braunschweig, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and
The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433, 439-442)
1547 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-deported after friar’s boycott of Jewish banks
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 182)
1547 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled/Killed for Ritual Murder (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1547 A.D. – Treviso, Italy – Jews Expelled/Killed (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’)
1549 A.D. – Goslar, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 434)
1550 A.D. – Henneberg, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1550 A.D. – Madrid, Spain – Jews Expelled by King (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 322)
1550 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled b/c non-Jew medical faculty was “jealous” (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 183, 309)
1550 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Marranno Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy,
p. 187)
1551 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1553 A.D. – Asti, Italy – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 183)
1554 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – Jews partially Expelled; burning of The Talmud ensues (R. Maryks,
‘The Jesuit Order as a Synagogue of Jews’, p. 93)
1555 A.D. – Pesaro, Italy – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes
and Effects’)
1555 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled by Cardinal Farnese/The Pope
intervened/unsuccessful (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 183)
1556 A.D. – Thuringia, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 430)
1556 A.D. – Benevento, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
299)
1556 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – Marrano Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 314)
1556 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – All Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
299, 301)
1556 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Maranno Jews Expelled/Burned at the stake (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 300)
1556 A.D. – Udine, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1557 A.D. – Prague, Hungary – Jews Expelled for 3rd time by Emperor Ferdinand I
(www.yivoencyclopedia.org)
1557 A.D. – Bohemia, Germany- Jews Expelled for 3rd time by Emperor Ferdinand I
(www.yivoencyclopedia.org)
1557 A.D. – Cremona, Italy – Jews Expelled for printing of Talmud and Zohar (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 303)
1558 A.D. – Recanati, Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1558 A.D. – Urbino, Italy – Marrano Jews Expelled by the Duke (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 302)
1559 A.D. – Austria – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1559 A.D. – Bohemia, Germany – Jews Expelled for 4th time by Emperor Ferdinand I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1559 A.D. – Civitanova, Italy – Jews Expelled for attempting to convert a Franciscan friar to
Judaism (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 302)
1559 A.D. – Pavia, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 304)
1560 A.D. – Conegliano, Italy – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org)
1560 A.D. – Piedmont, Savoy, Italy – Jews Expelled by Duke Emanuele Filiberto, “Iron
Head”/cancelled shortly after intercession by a bribed Azariah de’Rossi, (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 312-313)
1560 A.D. – Monferrat, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
313)
1560 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 313)
1561 A.D. – Prague, Hungary – Jews Expelled again (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1561-1565 A.D. – Gorizia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
310)
1561-1565 A.D. – Friuli, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
310)
1561-1565 A.D. – Piedmont, Savoy, Italy – Jews Expelled again/cancelled again because of
“20,000 florin” bribe (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 313)
1562 A.D. – Acqui, Italy – Jews Expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 313)
1566 A.D. – Madrid, Spain – Jews Expelled/Cancelled by bribe (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 322)
1565 A.D. – Prague, Hungary – Jews Expelled again (Rafael Patai, ‘The Jews of Hungary’, p.
175)
1566 A.D. – Papal States, Italy – Jews Expelled out of main city/segregated in Ghetto (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1566 A.D. – Alessandria, Italy – Jews Expelled out of city walls/segregated in Ghetto (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1567 A.D. – Conegliano, Italy – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org)
1567 A.D. – Wurzbburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1567-1568 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled again from adjacent territories (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 183, 309)
1568 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews Expelled for printing of The Talmud (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 306)
1568 A.D. – Bergheim, Germany – Jews Expelled after synagogue is plundered (Bell and
Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1569 A.D. – Benevento, Italy – Jews Expelled by Pope Pius V (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Este, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Umbria, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Campania, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
307)
1569 A.D. – Camerino, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Fano, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Orvieto, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Spoleto, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Ravenna, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Terracina, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Perugia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Viterbo, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Senigallia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Pesaro, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 307)
1569 A.D. – Volterra, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 310)
1570 A.D. – Urbino, Italy – Jews Expelled by Guidubaldo della Rovere/forced into ghetto
outside city walls (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1570 A.D. – Parma, Italy – Jews Expelled/shortly summoned back (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1570 A.D. – Piacenza, Italy – Jews Expelled/shortly summoned back (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1570 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews of the Banking family Da Pisa Expelled for Usury (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 310)
1570 A.D. – Florence, Italy – All Jews of the 21 “contados” Expelled by Cosimo I Medici (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 311)
1571 A.D. – Brandenburg, Austria – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1571 A.D. – Berlin, Germany – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org)
1571 A.D. – Sienna, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 311)
1571 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled for aiding the Turks at Lepanto/cancelled two years
later by a “lavish bribe” on the part of the Jews (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
311)
1572 A.D. – Lucca, Italy – Jews Expelled/no explanation (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 309)
1573 A.D. – Breisgau and other towns in Austria – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews,
Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 430)
1573 A.D. – Germany – Jews Expelled (Marvin Lowenthal, ‘The Jews of Germany: A Story of
Sixteen Centuries’, p. 202)
1575 A.D. – The Palatinate, Germany – Jews Expelled (Philip Broadhead/Chris Cook, ‘The
Routledge Companion to Early Modern Europe, 1453-1763’)
1575 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jews Expelled for not wearing “Jewish Badge of Shame” (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 313)
1576 A.D. – Gellnausen, Germany – Jews Expelled finally for what they did in 1516 (Bell and
Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1577 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews Expelled for moneylending (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 313)
1581 A.D. – Diosces of Basel, Germany – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/baden)
1581 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews Expelled by Duke Alfonso (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 314)
1582 A.D. – Pavia, Italy – Jews Expelled for Heresy (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 322)
1582 A.D. – The Netherlands – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1582 A.D. – Hungary – Jews Expelled (Rafael Patai, ‘The Jews of Hungary’, p. 399)
1583 A.D. – Trieste, Italy – Jews Expelled due to “atrocious crimes”, likely Ritual
Murder/cancelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 310)
1583 A.D. – Campo di Fiori, Italy – Jews Expelled/Burned at the stake (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 314)
1585 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews Expelled/cancelled/confined to Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 323)
1587 A.D. – Hanover, Germany – Jews Expelled after Protestant preachers preach against
Jews, Usury, and their toleration (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in
Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 433)
1590 A.D. – Lombardy, Italy – Jews Expelled by King Philip II of Spain (William Thomas Walsh,
‘Phillip II’, p. 137)
1590 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/alessandria)
1590 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – “Foreign” Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 325)
1590 A.D. – Petrokov, Poland – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing
the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1590-1591 A.D. – Braunshweig/Wolfenbuttel, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘
Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 428)
1591 A.D. – Hanau, Germany – Jews Expelled for what they did in 1516 (Bell and Burnett, ‘
Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 442)
1591 A.D. – Pavia, Italy – Jews Expelled again by King Philip (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 322)
1591 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled by King Philip (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 322)
1591 A.D. – Cremona, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 323)
1591 A.D. – Lodi, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 323)
1591 A.D. – Alessandria, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
323, 343)
1593 A.D. – Perugia, Italy – Jews Expelled by Pope Clement VIII
(http://www.jewishvirutallibrary.org/perugia)
1593 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews Expelled by Pope Clement VIII
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/bologna-jewish-history-tour)
1593 A.D. – Brandenburg, Austria – Jews Expelled (Henry Wickham Steed, ‘The Hapsburg
Monarchy’, 1914, p. 60)
1593 A.D. ñ The Papal States, Italy ñ Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 300, 313)
1593 A.D. ñ Bavaria, Germany ñ Jews Expelled (James F. Harris, ‘The People Speak: AntiSemitism
and Emancipation’, p. 17)
1593 A.D. – Brunswick, England – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1595 A.D. – Hildersheim, Germany – Jews Expelled; reversed in 1601 (Bell and Burnett, ‘
Jews, Judaism, and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 431)
1597 A.D. – Cremona – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1597 A.D. – Pavia – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1597 A.D. – Lodi – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1597 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 182)
1598 A.D. – Hanover, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 434)
1599 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 183)
1600 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Expelled/Burned at the stake (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 288)
1600 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews burned alive for “sorcery” (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 325)
1602 A.D. – Mirandola, Italy – Jews Expelled for failing to wear “Jewish Badge of Shame” (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 326, 341)
1603 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 388)
1608 A.D. – Spain – crypto-Jews expelled from the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) by Jesuit
Superior-General Claudio Acquaviva (Robert Markys, ‘The Jesuit Order as a Synagogue of
Jews: Jesuits of Jewish Ancestry and Purity-of-Blood Laws in the early Society of Jesus’, p.
146)
1609 A.D. – London, England – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/london)
1611 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 388)
1612 A.D. – Guine, Africa – Natives and Portuguese Christians attempt to expel Jews; denied
by King Baol of Lambaia after gifts/bribery (Kagen and Morgan, ‘Atlantic Diasporas: Jews,
Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800’, p. 176, 283)
1612 A.D. – Guine, Africa – Natives and Portuguese Christians attempt (again) to expel Jews;
denied by the King of Sine Bur Sun after bribe (Kagen and Morgan, ‘Atlantic Diasporas: Jews,
Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800’, p. 176, 283)
1612 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto outside city (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 314)
1612-1614 A.D. – Rovigo, Italy – Jews Expelled (unsuccessful)/Confined to Ghetto (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 325 371)
1614 A.D. – Frankfort, Germany – Jews Expelled; allowed to resettle within a decade (P.E.
Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and Effects’; Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1614 A.D. – Baden, Germany – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/baden)
1615 A.D. – Worms, Germany – Jews Expelled; allowed to resettle within a decade (P.E.
Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and Effects’; Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism,
and The Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 33)
1615 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled by King Louis XIII of France (William Chester Jordan, ‘The
French Monarchy and the Jews: From Philip Augustus to the Last Capetians’, p. 180)
1618 A.D. – German towns – Jews Expelled during 30 Years War
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1618 A.D. – Moravian towns – Jews Expelled during 30 Years War
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1619 A.D. – Kiev, Russia – Jews Expelled (http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx/Kiev)
1620 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jewish silkweavers Expelled for illegality (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 372)
1622 A.D. – Udine, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 309)
1623 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jewish Goldsmiths/Merchants Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 376)
1624 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deport (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 321)
1626 1627 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jewish Merchants Expelled/Re-called quickly after antiJewish
riot (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 338, 375)
1628 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (again) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 388)
1629 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews Expelled for being loyal to the ousted ruler Charles de
Rethel (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 339)
1637 A.D. – Conegliano, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 325)
1637 A.D. – Mirandola, Italy – Jewish synagogues destroyed after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 383)
1638 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 328, 340)
1639 A.D. – Massa, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deport (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 321)
1639 A.D. – Bagnacavallo, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto outside city (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 321)
1639 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jewish insurrection in the Ghetto/Brutally suppressed (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 380)
1639 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jewish Merchants/Traders partially expelled after riots for 6 days
(c. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 389)
1639 A.D. – Turin, Italy – Jews Expelled for siding with enemy after city is sacked during civil
war (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 389)
1639 A.D. – Pisa, Italy – Jews Murdered after pogroms at University (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 389)
1648 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews Expelled after assault on Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 332)
1648 A.D. – Ukraine – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1648 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled (Bernard D. Weinryb, ‘The Jews of Poland: A Social and
Economic History of the Jewish Community in Poland from 1100 to 1800, p. 50)
1648 A.D. – Gorizia, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 328)
1649 A.D. – Hamburg, Germany – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/hamburg)
1654 A.D. ñ New Amsterdam, United States ñ Jews Expelled by Peter Stuyvesant
1654 A.D. – Little Russia (Beylorus) – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1655 A.D. – Sandomierz, Poland – Jews Expelled/Killed (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the
Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’)
1655 A.D. – Tamobrzeg, Poland – Jews Expelled/Killed (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the
Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’)
1656 A.D. – Perisa – Jews Expelled by Sultan Shah Abbas II
1656 A.D. – Lithuania – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1660 A.D. – London, England – city petitions Charles II to expel Jews on restoration of
Stuarts/Jewish commerce hurting England/unsuccessful (Johnathon Israel, ‘ European Jewry
in the Age of Mercantilism, 1550-1750’, p. 160)
1665 A.D. – Jamaica – Jews Expelled (many moving to New York) (Kagan and Morgan,
‘Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-
1800’, p. 37)
1665 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews Killed after plague/pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 357)
1666 A.D. – Cayenne (French territory in the Caribbean) – Jews Expelled after French defeat
the Dutch (Kagen and Morgan, ‘Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the
Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800’, p. 46)
1666 A.D. – Este, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto for Heresy (Sabbatianism) (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 325)
1669 A.D. – Oran, North Africa – Jews Expelled for Heresy (Sabbatianism) (P.E. Grosser/E.G.
Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and Effects’)
1669-1671 A.D. – Reggio, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deported to Palestine (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 328)
1670 A.D. – Vienna, Austria – Jews Expelled by Emperor Leopold I (Joseph A. Biesinger,
‘Germany: A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present’, p. 216)
1671 A.D. – Fulda, Germany – Jews Expelled (Bell and Burnett, ‘ Jews, Judaism, and The
Reformation in Sixteenth Century Germany’, p. 432)
1678 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jewish merchants/manufacturers Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 372)
1678 A.D. – Yemen – Jews Expelled by Sultan Mehmed IV for Heresy (Sabbatianism) (Necan
Alkan, ‘Dissent and Heterodoxy in the Late Ottoman Empire’, 2008)
1679 A.D. – Turin, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 328, 372)
1681 A.D. – Reggio, Italy – Jews Expelled to ghetto outside city (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 340)
1682 A.D. – Marseilles, France – Jews Expelled by Louis XIV for Jewish
commerce/treason/giving the Duth info on war planning (Johnathon Israel, ‘European Jewry
in the Age of Mercantilism, 1550-1750, p. 162)
1682 A.D. – Bordeaux, France – Jews Expelled by Louis XIV for Jewish
commerce/treason/giving the Duth info on war planning (Johnathon Israel, ‘European Jewry
in the Age of Mercantilism, 1550-1750, p. 163)
1683 A.D. – Martinique (French colony) – Jews Expelled by King Louis XIV for Jewish
commerce/supplying info to pirates/treason (Johnathon Israel, ‘European Jewry in the Age
of Mercantilism, 1550-1750’, p. 162)
1683 A.D. – Guadeloupe (French colony) – Jews Expelled by King Louis XIV for Jewish
commerce/supplying info to pirates/treason (Johnathon Israel, ‘European Jewry in the Age
of Mercantilism, 1550-1750’, p. 162)
1683 A.D. – Cayenne (French colony) – Jews Expelled by King Louis XIV for Jewish
commerce/supplying info to pirates/treason (Johnathon Israel, ‘European Jewry in the Age
of Mercantilism, 1550-1750’, p. 162)
1683 A.D. – Moravia – Jews Expelled by Hungarians for Heresy (Sabbatianism)
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1683 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jewish merchants Expelled for illegal activity (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 372)
1684 A.D. – Buda, Hungary – Jews Expelled after helping Turks seige the city (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 388)
1684-1687 A.D. – Trieste, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced into Ghettos (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 337)
1691-1700 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews Expelled/Forced into Baptism (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 381)
1693-1695 A.D. – Trieste, Italy – Jews paritally Expelled/Self-Deported (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 328)
1695 A.D. – Trieste, Italy – Jews Expelled/Accused of Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 337)
1697 A.D. – Tuscany, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder/Sorcery/Heresy (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 410)
1700 A.D. – Leghorn, Italy – Jews Expelled for spreading Heresy (Sabbatianism) (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 405)
1700 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder for 3rd time (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 388)
1700 A.D. – Monferrat, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto outside city (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 328)
1700 A.D. – Finale, Italy – Jews confined to ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 340)
1702 A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled/Recalled in 1740 (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 351)
1702 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jews partially Expelled for Heresy (Sabbatianism)/Self-Deported
to Palestine (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 405)
1705 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder/partially expelled (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 388)
1705 A.D. – Viterbo, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 388)
1708 A.D. – Pieve di Cento, Italy – Jews Expelled/Transfered (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 333)
1710 A.D. – Geoningen, The Netherlands – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the
Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1711 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder/partially expelled (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 388)
1712 A.D. – Sandomir – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1712 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled by King Augustus II for Ritual Murder
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1717 A.D. – Gibraltar, British Territory – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1721 A.D. – Senigallia, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 388)
1724 A.D. – Vercelli, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 328)
1727 A.D. – Russia – Jews Expelled by Catherine I of Russia (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1729 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jews forced into countryside after new Constitution (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 409)
1730 A.D. – Cuorgne, Italy – Jews self-deport/transfer to Turin (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 409)
1736 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 328)
1736 A.D. – Correggio, Italy – Jews Expelled/Confined to Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 328)
1736 A.D. – Finale, Italy – Jews forced into Ghetto for Heresy (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1737 A.D. – St. Salvatore, Italy – Jews forced to move to Casale (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 409)
1737 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Expelled (but not for long) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 416)
1738 A.D. – Wurtemburg, Germany – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1739 A.D. – Monastero, Italy – Jews forced to move to Acqui (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 409)
1740 A.D. – Little Russia (Beylorus) – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1742 A.D. – Russian towns – Jews Expelled by Empress Elizabeth of Russia
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1744 A.D. – Sardinia, Italy – Jews partially Expelled/forced into Ghettos (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 417)
1744 A.D. – Breslau, Germany – Jews Expelled by Frederik II The Great
1744 A.D. – Prague, Hungary – Jews Expelled (Rafael Patai, ‘The Jews of Hungary’, p. 319-321)
1744 A.D. – Bohemia – Jews Expelled
1744 A.D. ñ Hungary ñ Jews Expelled for the third time by Queen Maria Theresa (Rafael
Patai, ‘The Jews of Hungary’, p. 320-322)
1744 A.D. – Slovakia – Jews Expelled
1744 A.D. – Livonia – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1744 A.D. – Breslau, Germany – Jews Expelled by Fredrik II The Great
1745 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews partially expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 413)
1745 A.D. – Moravia – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1745 A.D. – Prague, Bohemia – Jews Expelled by Archduchess of Austria Maria Theresa (Philip
Broadhead/Chris Cook, ‘The Routledge Companion to Early Modern Europe, 1453-1763’)
1746 A.D. – Budapest, Hungary – Jews Expelled for spreading Heresy (B. Booker, ‘The Lie:
Exposing the Satanic Plot Behind Anti-Semitism’)
1746 A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled by King Charles IV of Bourbon (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 351)
1746 A.D. – Naples, Italy – Jews Expelled by King Charles IV of Bourbon (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 351)
1750 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jewish Spice Traders Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 375)
1751 A.D. – Leghorn, Italy – Jewish riots/pogroms after Jews found in possession of
“muskets” (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 413)
1753 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews remaining Expelled/Rabbis killed (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 413)
1753 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews partially expelled for possession of “forbidden books” (The
Talmud) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 411)
1753 A.D. – Kovard, Lithuania – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1754 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jewish pogroms/riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 413)
1754 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jewish pogroms/riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
413)
1754 A.D. – Alessandria, Italy – Jewish pogroms/riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 413)
1758 A.D. – Parma, Italy – Jews Expelled by Bourbon Duke (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 417)
1758 A.D. – Busseto, Italy – Jews Expelled by Bourbon Duke (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 417)
1761 A.D. – Lubeck, Germany – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1761 A.D. – Bordeaux, France – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1761 A.D. – Kaunas, Lithuania – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/kaunas)
1763 A.D. – Bohemia – Foreign-born Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/sunderland)
1766 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Roman Rabbis Imprisoned/Cemetary, Syangogue destroyed (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 411)
1767 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jewish loan-bankers Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 416)
1770 A.D. – Correggio, Italy – Jews Expelled (unsuccessful) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 416)
1772 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled/Deported to the Pale of Settlement (P.E. Grosser/E.G.
Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and Effects’)
1772 A.D. – Russia – Jews Expelled/Deported to the Pale of Settlement (P.E. Grosser/E.G.
Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and Effects’)
1775 A.D. – Warsaw, Poland – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1775 A.D. – Alsace, France – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1777 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jewish merchants/manufacturers Expelled for
criminality/racketerring (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 415, 497)
1778 A.D. – Friuli, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 423)
1779 A.D. – Correggio, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 328)
1780 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jewish silk-weavers Expelled for criminality/organized crime (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1781 A.D. – Montagnana, Italy – Jews Expelled for not staying in Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1782 A.D. – Conselve, Italy – Jews Expelled for not staying in Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1782 A.D. – Cittadella, Italy – Jews Expelled for not staying in Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1783 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – 60 Jews arrested for kidnapping ring/partially Expelled (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 418)
1783 A.D. – Spilimbergo, Italy – Jews Expelled for not staying in Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1783 A.D. – Friuli, Italy – Jews Expelled for not staying in Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 416)
1783 A.D. – Morocco – Jews partially Expelled by Sultan Mohammed Ben Abdellah al-Khatib
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1784 A.D. – Morocco – Jews Expelled again (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1785 A.D. – Libya – Jews Expelled/Killed by Ali Burzi Pasha
(http://www.jewishvirutallibrary.org)
1786 A.D. – Morocco – Jews Expelled for 3rd time (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1786 A.D. – Jedda, Arabia – Jews Expelled by Sultan Abdulhamid I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1789 A.D. – Alsace, France – Jews Expelled again (Beatrice Philippe, ‘La Revolution et
l’Empire’, 1979)
1790 A.D. – Leghorn, Italy – Jews partially Expelled after pogrom (known as the “Insurrection
of Santa Giulia”) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 426)
1790 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews Killed after pogrom/riot in reaction to the “Insurrection of
Santa Giulia”) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 426)
1790 A.D. – Warsaw, Poland – Jews Expelled again (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1791 A.D. – Saint-Domingue, Hispaniola – Jews Expelled
1791 A.D. – Polish towns – Jews Expelled by Catherine II of Russia
(http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/this-day-in-jewish-history/.premium-1.564905)
1791 A.D. – Russian towns – Jews Expelled by Catherine II of Russia
(http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/this-day-in-jewish-history/.premium-1.564905)
1793 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – Jewish Ghetto burned after conspiracy plot by Jewish Merchants
is discovered (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 431)
1793 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews assaulted for sympathy with invading Revolutionary French
forces/Assassination (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 426)
1796 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jews assaulted/partially expelled after their ghetto is sacked by
“reactionaries” (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 428)
1797 A.D. – Pesaro, Italy – Jews killed for engaging in plot to supply invading French with
arms (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 431)
1797 A.D. – Lugo, Italy – Jews killed when city is sacked (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 430)
1797 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jews Killed/Imprisoned for “Revolutionary sympathies” (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 432)
1797 A.D. – Kaunas, Lithuania – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful
1798 A.D. – Rome, Italy – “Viva Maria” riots/Jews Killed (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 432, 434)
1798 A.D. – Pesaro, Italy – Jews Killed/Ransomed after 2 synagogues are sacked by Italians
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Lugo, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Cento, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Reggio, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Campformio, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Padua, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Chieri, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Alessandria, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Acqui, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Fossano, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 438)
1798 A.D. – Senigallia, Italy – Jews killed during Napoleon’s absence/campaign in Egypt (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 439)
1799 A.D. – Malta, Italy – Jews Killed/Captured/Held for Ransom after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 350)
1799 A.D. – Urbino, Italy – Jews Killed/partially Expelled after city is recaptured from French
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 434)
1799 A.D. – Senigallia, Italy – Jews Killed/Expelled after city is sacked after French withdrawal
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 435)
1799 A.D. – Ancona, Italy – Jews Killed/Expelled/Accused of “summoning the foreigner
(French)” (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 435)
1799 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews killed/Ghetto Sacked after French troops retire (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 437)
1799 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews Expelled on charges of disloyalty/subversive activity (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 439)
1799 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews Expelled on charges of disloyalty/subversive activity (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 439)
1799 A.D. – Modena, Italy – Jews Expelled on charges of disloyalty/subversive activity (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 439)
1799 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews Expelled on charges of disloyalty/subversive activity (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 439)
1799 A.D. – Elbe, Italy – Jews Expelled/Imprsoned for attacking the Catholic religion as well
as priests (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 439)
1800 A.D. – Arezzo, Italy – Jews killed/Expelled along with French soldiers (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 436)
1801 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews Expelled/unsuccessful (Jewish bribe to Archbishop Antonia
Martini) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 436)
1801 A.D. – Sienna, Italy – Jews Expelled/Self-Deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 437)
1801 A.D. – Monte San Savino – Jews Expelled/Killed in “Viva Maria” riots (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 437)
1801 A.D. – Ivrea, Italy – Jews attacked/self-emigrate (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 442)
1802 A.D. – Tuscany, Italy – Jews Killed/paritally expelled by Austrians for sympathy with
French (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 437)
1803 A.D. – Asti, Italy – Jews Expelled out of Ghetto (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 442)
1804 A.D. – Villages in Russia – Jews Expelled (Aleksander Solzhenitsyn, ‘200 Years Together’)
1806 A.D. – Lucca, Italy – anti-Jewish “manifestations” and commercial boycott of Jewcontrolled
industries/banks (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 442)
1808 A.D. – Villages & Countrysides, Russia – Jews Expelled (Aleksander Solzhenitsyn, ‘200
Years Together’)
1809 A.D. – Sermide, Italy – Jews killed in an agrarian revolt (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 442)
1809 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews killed in an agrarian revolt (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 442)
1809 A.D. – Rovigo, Italy – Jews killed in an agrarian revolt (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 442)
1811 A.D. – Alsace, France – Jewish merchants expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 442)
1814 A.D. – Elba, Italy – Napoleon partially expels Jews/limits Jewish immigration (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 442)
1814 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jews once more confined to Ghettos (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 448)
1814 A.D. – Nice, Italy – Jewish students expelled from all educational institutions (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 448)
1815 A.D. – Lubeck, Germany – Jews Expelled (Joseph A. Biesinger, ‘Germany: A Reference
Guide from the Renaissance to the Present’, p. 216)
1815 A.D. – Bremen, Germany – Jews Expelled (Joseph A. Biesinger, ‘Germany: A Reference
Guide from the Renaissance to the Present’, p. 216)
1815 A.D. – Franconia, Germany – Jews Expelled (H.I. Bach, ‘The German Jew: A Synthesis of
Judaism and Western Civilization, 1730-1930’, p. 108)
1815 A.D. – Swabia, Germany – Jews Expelled (H.I. Bach, ‘The German Jew: A Synthesis of
Judaism and Western Civilization, 1730-1930’, p. 109)
1815 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Jews Expelled (H.I. Bach, ‘The German Jew: A Synthesis of
Judaism and Western Civilization, 1730-1930’, p. 109)
1820 A.D. – Bremes, France – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1820 A.D. – The Corso, Italy – Jewish merchants expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 450)
1820 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews ordered back into Ghettos (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 450)
1822 A.D. – Rubiera, Italy – Jews Expelled by Duke of Medina for subversive activity (The
Carbonari) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 455)
1822 A.D. – Russian villages – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1824 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder and pogromed (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 453)
1825 A.D. – Mohilev, Poland – Jews Expelled by Emperor Alexander I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1825 A.D. – Vitebsk, Poland – Jews Expelled by Emperor Alexander I
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1828 A.D. – Slerno, Italy – Jews killed for conspiring with The Carbonari (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 455)
1829 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews Killed/partially expelled after death of Pope Leo XIII (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 453)
1829 A.D. – Hamah, Syria – Jews Expelled for Ritual Murder of Muslim girl (Sir Richard Francis
Burton, ‘The Jew, The Gypsy, and El Islam’, 1898)
1829 A.D. – Kiev, Russia – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot Behind
Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1829 A.D. – Nikolayev, Russia – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1830-1831 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled by General Ghlopicki
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1831 A.D. – Leghorn, Italy – Jews partially expelled for revolutionary sympathies with
Mazzini’s ‘Young Italy’ (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 457)
1831 A.D. – Moldova – Jews who could not prove their usefullness expelled
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1831 A.D. – Wallchia, Poland – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1833 A.D. – Leghorn, Italy – Jews partially expelled for financing/aiding Mazzini’s ‘Young Italy’
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 457)
1836 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews Expelled for Jewing the economy (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 452, 491)
1840 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jewish rabbis expelled for revolutionary sympathies (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 454)
1842 A.D. – Mantua, Italy – Jews pogromed/accused of Ritual Murder (C. Roth, ‘The History
of the Jews of Italy’, p. 454)
1842 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews partially expelled for subversive activity (‘Young Italy’) (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 459)
1843 A.D. – Russian Border – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1843 A.D. – Austria – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1843 A.D. – Prussia – Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘Anti-Semitism: Causes and
Effects’)
1844 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews Bankers Expelled after violence against communisty (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 453)
1848 A.D. – Paris, France – Jews partially expelled for aiding/financing revolution (Priscilla
Robertson, ‘Revolutions of 1848: A Social History’, p. 72)
1848 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews partially expelled for aiding/financing revolution (Priscilla
Robertson, ‘Revolutions of 1848: A Social History’, p. 350)
1848 A.D. – Acqui, Italy – Jews partially expelled for aiding/financing revolution (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 466)
1848 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews partially expelled for aiding/financing revolution (C. Roth,
‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 493)
1848 A.D. – Berlin, Germany – Jews partially expelled for aiding/financing revolution (Priscilla
Robertson, ‘Revolutions of 1848: A Social History’, p. 121)
1848 A.D. – Austria – Jews partially expelled by Hapsburgs for aiding/financing revolution
(Priscilla Robertson, ‘Revolutions of 1848: A Social History’, p. 237)
1850 A.D. – Romania – Jews Expelled by Interior Minister Ion Bratianu
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1851 A.D. – Venice, Italy – Jews partially expelled/self-deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 468)
1851 A.D. – Tuscany, Italy – Jews partially expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’,
p. 468)
1851 A.D. – Bologna, Italy – Jews imprisoned/partially expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 468)
1851 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews Merchants Expelled for “secret society” participation (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 468)
1855 A.D. – Badia, Rovigo, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder and pogromed (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 453)
1855 A.D. – Coro, Venezuela – Jews Expelled (http://wwwjewishvirtuallibrary.org/theexpelled-jews-of-coro-venezuela)
1858 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews accused of Ritual Murder at Passover (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 471)
1858 A.D. – Sardinia, Italy – Jews pogromed/expelled (unsuccessful due to bribery to The
Pope) (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 471)
1862 A.D. – Areas in the United States under General Grant’s jurisdiction – Jews Expelled
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1862 A.D. – Velletri, Italy – Jewish Merchants Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 471)
1864 A.D. – Izmir, Ottoman Empire – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (Tracy K Harris, Death of
a Language, p. 43)
1864 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jews pogromed/self-deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 491)
1866 A.D. – Constantinople – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (Tracy K Harris, Death of a
Language, p. 43)
1866 A.D. – Galtaz, Romania – Jews Expelled
(http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/galati/Galatz_history.htm)
1867 A.D. – Romanian villages – Jews Expelled (B. Booker, ‘The Lie: Exposing the Satanic Plot
Behind Anti-Semitism’, Ch. 4)
1868 A.D. – Constantinople – Jews accused of Ritual Murder/partially expelled (Tracy K
Harris, Death of a Language, p. 43)
1872 A.D. – Izmir, Ottoman Empire – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (Tracy K Harris, Death of
a Language, p. 43)
1874 A.D. – Constantinople – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (Tracy K Harris, Death of a
Language, p. 43)
1875 A.D. – Izmir, Ottoman Empire – Jews accused of Ritual Murder (Tracy K Harris, Death of
a Language, p. 43)
1881-1884 A.D. – Russia – Jews Expelled (Alex Bein, ‘The Jewish Question: Biography of a
World Problem’, p. 265)
1891 A.D. – Moscow, Russia – Jews Expelled by Governor Grand Duke Sergei
(http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1910 A.D. – Kiev, Russia – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1911 A.D. – Tuscany, Italy – Jews partially expelled for aiding Muslims during Italo-Turkish
War (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 479)
1915 A.D. – Kovno, Russia – Jews Expelled by Commander Niolai A. (Petr L. Bark,
‘Vospominania’, 1966, p. 93)
1915 A.D. – Kurland, Russia – Jews Expelled by Commander Niolai A. (Petr L. Bark,
‘Vospominania’, 1966, p. 93)
1919 A.D. – Bavaria, Germany – Foreign-born Jews Expelled (P.E. Grosser/E.G. Halperin, ‘AntiSemitism:
Causes and Effects’)
1921 A.D. – Austria – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1921 A.D. – Mongolia – Jews Expelled/Deported
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Central_Asia)
1925 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews partially expelled/imprisoned in an “anti-Fascist” rising (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 510)
1933-1934 A.D. – Towns in Afghanistan – Jews Expelled (http://www.jewishhistory.org)
1934 A.D. – Piedmont, Italy – Jews arrested/expelled for “subversive activities” (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 516)
1935 A.D. – Libya (possession of Italy) – Jews stripped of citizenship/ ordered to leave within
6 months (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 529)
1935 A.D. – Aegean Islands (possession of Italy) – Jews stripped of citizenship/ordered to
leave within 6 months (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 529)
1936 A.D. – Palestine – Jews killed in riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 518)
1937 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Mussolini issues decree prohibiting Jewish immigration/ordering
Jews to evacuate within 6 months (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 527)
1937 A.D. – Florence/Triest, Italy – ‘Institute for the Study of the Jewish Problem’ is
established (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 532)
1937 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews partially expelled/self-deported for “subversive activity” (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 532)
1937 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jews partially expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews
of Italy’, p. 532)
1937 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews partially expelled after riots (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 532)
1938 A.D. – Ecuador – Jews Expelled (http://trove.hla.gov.au/newspaper/article/11142190)
1938-1945 A.D. – Germany – Jews Expelled
1939 A.D. – Albania – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 535)
1939 A.D. – Ecuador – Jews Expelled
1939 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled
1939 A.D. – Hungary – Jews Expelled
1940 A.D. – France – Jews Expelled
1940 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews partially expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 536)
1940 A.D. – Trieste, Italy – Jews partially expelled after pogrom (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 536)
1940 A.D. – Sicily, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 537)
1940 A.D. – Sardinia, Italy – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 537)
1940 A.D. – Milan, Italy – Jewish bankers expelled for British support/pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 538)
1940 A.D. – Genoa, Italy – Jewish bankers expelled for British support/pogroms (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 538)
1940 A.D. – Fiume, Italy – Jews arrested/expelled for spreading anti-Fascist propaganda (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 538)
1941 A.D. – Africa (Italian possessions) – Jews arrested and deported after riots against them
(C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 538)
1941 A.D. – Austria – Jews Expelled
1941 A.D. – Checkloslavia – Jews Expelled
1942-1943 A.D. – Tripoli, Africa – Jews Expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p.
539)
1943 A.D. – The Balkans – Jews Expelled/arrested/self-deported (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 540)
1943 A.D. – Alessandria, Italy – Jews Expelled by Minister of the Interior Buffarini Guidi
(http://www.jewishviturallibrary.org/alessandria)
1943 A.D. – Ferrara, Italy – Jews attacked/imprisoned/partially expelled for assassination of
Fascist leader (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 543, 545)
1943 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews pogromed/100 partially expelled (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 543)
1943 A.D. – Verona, Italy – Jews stripped of citizenship (C. Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of
Italy’, p. 544)
1944 A.D. – Rome, Italy – Jews pogromed in retaliation for ambush of German troops (C.
Roth, ‘The History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 545)
1944 A.D. – Florence, Italy – Jews pogromed/sent to concentration camps (C. Roth, ‘The
History of the Jews of Italy’, p. 545)
1944 A.D. – Pisa, Italy – Jews pogromed/sent to concentration camps (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 545)
1944 A.D. – Alessandria, Italy – Jewish homes/synagogue destroyed (C. Roth, ‘The History of
the Jews of Italy’, p. 548)
1944 A.D. – Fiume, Italy – Jewish homes/synagogue destroyed (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 548)
1944 A.D. – Turin, Italy – Jewish homes/synagogue destroyed (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 548)
1944 A.D. – Casale, Italy – Jewish homes/synagogue destroyed (C. Roth, ‘The History of the
Jews of Italy’, p. 549)
1947 A.D. ñ Yemen ñ Jews Expelled/Killed
1948 A.D. ñ Iraq ñ Jews Expelled by Prime Minister Nuri as-Said (Orit Bashkin, ‘New
Babylonians: A History of Jews in Modern Iraq’, 2012, p. 277)
1948 A.D. ñ Bombay, India ñ Jews Expelled
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_exudus_from_Arab_and_Muslim_countries)
1948 A.D. ñ Pakistan ñ Jews Expelled
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_exudus_from_Arab_and_Muslim_countries)
1948 A.D. – West Bank – Jews Expelled
1948 A.D. – Jerusalem – Jews Expelled
1948 A.D. – Morocco – Jews Expelled (Yehuda Grinker, ‘The Emigration of Atlas Jews to
Israel’, 1973)
1948-1949 A.D. – Yemen – Jews Expelled/Killed for Ritual Murder
(http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jewish-refugees-from-arab-countries-yemen)
1956 A.D. ñ Egypt ñ Jews Expelled (Derek Hopwood, ‘Egypt, 1945-1990: Politics and Society’,
2002)
1959 A.D. – Cuba – Jews Expelled/forced into exile
1963 A.D. – Algeria, Africa – Jews Expelled after Algerian independence
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Algeria)
1968 A.D. – Poland – Jews Expelled
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1968_Polish_political_crisis)
1972 A.D. – Uganda – Jews Expelled by President Idi Amin (M. Jamison, ‘Idi Amin and
Uganda: An Annotated Bibliography’, 1992, p. 155)
2014 A.D. – San Juan la Laguana, Guatemala – Jews Expelled due to lack of contact with
locals (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-28992743)

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Texas Rule enFORCEment Beats the Hell Out of a Texas Man Was Cause It Was Fun

No, that was another Texas Sheriff’s “swat” team after peaceful protesters in another country.

This Bunch.

He’s handcuffed, unconscious, but still breathing. Beat him some more, we are in FEEEAAAARRRRR for our lives!!!

God/Nature has Laws.

Man has rules, codes and Statures, none  of which over ride God’s/nature’s Laws.

In other words, any ass hole “government” goon says his rules allow him to violate the RIGHTS God Gave you, is an evil piece of dark side pig fornicating shit.

God has Law Enforcement.

USA has Rule enFORCEment.

The Republic of Texas has been occupied in a criminal act by the USA/DC International for profit Corporation for 155 LONG, OPPRESSED years and counting!

They have made it a yankee’s wet dream.

In other words a oppressive third world shit hole.

About time to kick the invading scum from all directions out, and clean Texas up wouldn’t you say Texicans?

The Ole Dog!

WATCH: Cops Beat Innocent Man with Rifles, Break His Ribs As He’s ‘Handcuffed & Unconscious’

Lufkin, TX — A couple’s verbal dispute over a parking space turned into a nightmare after a call was made to 911 to settle it. When police showed up, the man involved in the dispute, Mark Anthony Smith, 48, was savagely beaten by three deputies who all used their rifles to inflict serious injury. He was then falsely charged and thrown in a cage.


The incident unfolded in April but video of it was only just released. The video reportedly saved Smith from spending decades in prison after it showed that cops were the aggressors and Smith was an innocent victim. Despite the charges being dropped against Smith, the apparently corrupt sheriff, Greg Sanches, is standing by his officers and justifying their near-deadly assault.

According to Dawn Thompson, who called police on April 7, the call was made because Smith apparently wouldn’t move his truck. That was all. The sheriff disagreed and claims that Thompson was in distress which is why officers showed up with AR-15s drawn on Smith. However, this is a detail Thompson disputes and says the 911 call — she now regrets making — made no mention of distress and was all about moving a truck

Greg you are about one lying ass crooked cheating ass sherif. I made the 911 call never once said I was in fear just wanted him to move his truck. I have listened to the 911 call and made it clear I was not in fear for my life. Your officers tried a couple of times to get me to say I was when they called me asking for access code to his video system. You are flat out lying to the people of Angelina county. Bring the 911 tape and your copy of the video to television station And we will let them play both there exactly the same. I was sitting in the car with my window down and yet no one ever told him to get down. It’s on 911 call as well. As well as him asking you what y’all wanted. He never knew I called 911 as well. So Mr. Sanchez lets just go ahead and bring all this to the KTRE NEWS STATION . People really need to think before calling the sheriffs department for something cause it happens a lot and people don’t really get to see the truth. “ Braking his ribs after he’s handcuffed and Unconscious “ it’s nice to see you support your “team”.

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Gang Baby Raping Till Death Occupying yankee Scum Tares Down Confederate Statue in Occupied Richmond

Southern Civilian murdered by kangaroo court and firing squad by USA invading war criminal “soldiers” for breaking the illegal invading gang baby raping till death, thieving, digging up the dead, church burning, minister’s daughters gang raping, mass murdering yankee’s  “Social Distancing Rules”.

Update 10:45 p.m.: Protesters toppled a Confederate statue from its pedestal in Monroe Park on Saturday night.

After a day and evening of peaceful protests and marches in Richmond and its suburbs, protesters using ropes pulled down a statue honoring Confederate Gen. Williams Carter Wickham, which has stood in the park since 1891.

Most of the protesters who had marched through the city Saturday night had already dispersed when the statue was taken down. After it fell, one person urinated on the statue and then ran away.

About an hour after the incident in Monroe Park, nearly 40 cars were seen surrounding the Lee statue, blocking traffic along Monument Avenue.

In 2017, two brothers descended from a Confederate general had called on Mayor Levar Stoney and City Council to remove the statue depicting their great-great-great-grandfather.

Wickham’s is one of two statues honoring Confederate officers in Monroe Park. The other is a stone cross dedicated to Gen. Fitzhugh Lee for his service in the U.S. Army during the Spanish-American War.

Monroe Park is in the heart of the Virginia Commonwealth University campus.

The Historical Left/Right Model

“The left/right political spectrum is a model, the aim of which is to make a particular part or feature of the world easier to understand, define, quantify, visualize, or simulate. Thus, left can be right or right, left, or one can even utilize up and down as long as it’s made clear which is which.”

– Wikipedia

“In the beginning there was the old order, the ancien régime, the regime of caste and frozen status, of exploitation by a despotic ruling class, using the church to dupe the masses into accepting its rule. This was pure statism; this was the right wing. Then, in 17th and 18th century Western Europe, a liberal and radical opposition movement arose… a popular revolutionary movement on behalf of rationalism, individual liberty, minimal government, free markets, international peace and separation of church and state, in opposition to throne and altar, to monarchy, the ruling class, theocracy and war. These people were the left…”

– Murray Rothbard

“It was in the Legislative Assembly in the fall of 1791, that the terms Right and Left were first used in a political sense. When the assembly convened, the substantial minority dedicated to preserving the monarchy…occupied the right section of the hall, and thereby gave a name to conservatives everywhere. The liberals sat at the left on an elevated section called the Mountain; soon they were named Montagnards. In the center sat 355 delegates who refused to be labeled…”

– Will Durant and Ariel Durant

“These people—the ones doing all the formulating and insisting, the ones who made up ‘the original Left’—were known at the time as ‘liberals.’ Their doctrine, an outgrowth of the 18th Century Enlightenment (English and Scottish as well as French), was called ‘liberalism.’ Liberalism  the party of hope, of radicalism, of liberty, of the Industrial Revolution, of progress, of humanity; the other was Conservative, the party of reaction, the party that longed to restore the hierarchy, statism, theocracy, serfdom, and class exploitation of the old order. It wasn’t long before political ideologies were polarized, with Liberalism on the extreme ‘Left,’ and Conservatism on the extreme ‘Right’ of the ideological spectrum.”

– Murray Rothbard, Left and Right: The Prospects for Liberty

“People who resist authority, who defend the rights of the individual, who try in a period of increasing totalitarianism and centralization to reclaim these rights – this is the true left in the United States. Whether they are anarcho-communists, anarcho-syndicalists, or libertarians who believe in free enterprise, I regard theirs as the real legacy of the left…”

– Murray Bookchin

“Those on the Right are reactionary and authoritarian. They seek only to revise current methods of acquiring and wielding political power. Radical and revolutionary movements seek not to revise but to revoke. The target of revocation should be obvious. The target is politics itself. This is the true Left.

The reactionary tendencies of both liberals and conservatives today show clearly in their willingness to cede, to the state or the community, power far beyond the protection of liberty against violence. For differing purposes, both see the state as an instrument not protecting man’s freedom but either instructing or restricting how that freedom is to be used…

Just as the farthest Right you can go is absolute dictatorship, the farthest Left you can go, historically at any rate, is anarchism – the total opposition to any institutionalized powetary social organization.”

– Karl Hess

“Some of the earliest to formulate these vague principles into more specific shape were the Levellers of the English Civil War (1642-1647), the radical liberals during the French Enlightenment of the late eighteenth century, and the American revolutionaries. Here was the original Left, the radicalism that opposed government power not by putting forth a set of reforms for the state to implement but by insisting on a set of rules—or natural laws, as they called them—by which all human beings, including those in positions of power, are to be equally limited in order that they be equally free.”

– Don Lavoie

“Fascism and socialism are the same thing, as they are both products of Right-wing thinking. Socialism has never really been on the Left. The original socialists, in the early part of the 19th Century, were advocates of the ideas of Henri Saint-Simon, a former monarchist and thoroughgoing conservative, a Right-wing defender of the ancien régime who had decided that the industrial revolution and the end of monarchy in France had to be taken into account by those who wanted a big government to run everyone’s lives as the kings of old had done. In effect, they transferred their allegiance from the king to a hoped-for technocracy, which could engineer the perfect society by applying ‘scientific’ ideas to the job (but only if it had unlimited power to do so).”

– Jeff Riggenbach

Today’s America is really governed by a single conservative party with two wings: the Republicans and the Democrats. If we choose to vote for a major party candidate at all, we have no real choice but to elect someone who wants to expand government and reduce individual liberty, that is to say, a conservative, a Right-winger. ‘Statism’ is a synonym for conservatism. Statism is the politics of the Right.

– Jeff Riggenbach

“The only two political theories that are completely consistent are Anarchy and Totalitarianism. Anarchy fully embraces the concept of self, Totalitarianism fully rejects that concept.”

– George Orwell

Iran Warns of Consequences of US Piracy against Iranian Tankers in International Waters-NRT

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to caution over likely US menace against Iranian oil tankers in the Caribbean, stressing that America would be responsible for ensuing consequences.
Zarif described the US’ provocative threats as piracy and a big threat to world peace and security, stressing that the US must stop bullying in the world and respect the rule of the international law, especially freedom of shipping in high seas.

Calling the US government responsible for the repercussions of any illegal move, the top diplomat underlined Iran’s right to take necessary measures to counter these threats.

Furthermore, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi summoned Swiss ambassador, urging him to convey Iran’s serious warning on any likely threats by the US against Iranian tankers.

He said any threat against Iranian oil tankers would be instantly responded with a decisive response by Iran, and that the US government would be responsible for all consequences.

The Swiss envoy also announced that he would immediately convey the matter to US officials.

On Sunday, Iranian Government Spokesman Ali Rabiyee blasted the US interference in trade exchange between Iran and Venezuela, and stressed that Iran will not hesitate to sell its oil.

“Iran and Venezuela are two sovereign states. Besides conducting trade and business activity with other countries, Iran has commercial exchanges with Venezuela, too,” Rabiyee said.

He pointed to some rumors spread in the recent weeks on the trade exchanges between Tehran and Caracas, and added, “Iran sells goods to Venezuela and buys goods in exchange. This trade is none of anybody’s business.”

The government spokesman further said, “We will not hesitate to sell our oil in global markets”.

Source:

https://en.farsnews.ir/newstext.aspx?nn=13990229000140

Thousands Donate To GoFundMe For Jailed Salon Owner Who Stood Up To Judge In Viral Video

Luther, 46, received a cease-and-desist letter from ordering her to close the salon. Instead, she made a public display of ripping it up – which gained attention among supporters, several of whom were at court.

Judge Moyé chastised Luther, saying she acted selfishly when she resumed operations – and called on her to apologize to elected officials whose orders she disobeyed. Moyé added that until a vaccine is found for COVID-19, citizens must obey emergency orders, according to the New York Times.

“Failure to do so will only have catastrophic consequences,” he said, adding “and those reach far beyond the exigencies of one family or one business.”

In response, Luther said in a now-viral video: “I have to disagree with you, sir, when you say that I’m selfish, because feeding my kids is not selfish,” adding “So, sir, if you think the law’s more important than kids getting fed, then please go ahead with your decision. But I am not going to shut the salon.

Source:

https://www.zerohedge.com/health/thousands-donate-gofundme-jailed-salon-owner-who-stood-judge-viral-video

https://www.zerohedge.com/health/thousands-donate-gofundme-jailed-salon-owner-who-stood-judge-viral-video

Exclusive: Eyewitness To Tyrannical Texas Sheriff Speaks Out

You are living under a police Dictatorship.

Land of the free and home of the brave my ass!

Land of the sheep and home of the slave!

But some of the folks are getting surly at “government’  for all the stupid senseless destruction of the economy, the family business and the family farm.

Get enough of them pissed off, they might take their Land back.

The Ole Dog!

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It’s Game Over and the Swedish-Belarusian Herd Immunity Model Has Won One third of Stockholmers have already had Covid-19, shook it off, and are now immune

This Micky mouse zionist Zombie Virus infected shit getting old.

BE AFRAID!!!!!!!!

BE VERY AFRAID!!!!

ONLY BIG ONE WORLD RAT RUN “GOVERNMENT” CAN SAVE YOU!!!!!!!

When I was in high school, I would go to the liberty and read every daily paper there.

Was on the Debate / Informative speaking teams with UIL , all at once where if you are any good, you can give a speech on either side of any damn thing going on in the world at a moments notice.

Most people will not look up in the sky, see the chemtrails the “government” is poising them with.

Any view they have of this world is very narrow and  relatively local.

Not the Ole Dog!

You simply do not have every major and many minor countries all scream bloody murder, rip the pants off of their people, force them to a knelling position for the Rats by accident, all at once and all together.

Talking preplanning and coordination for months at least to pull this off.

All the “governments” saying the same shit, all the “alternative” news outlets all over the world parroting the same zionist Zombie shit.

I have personally been keeping  a pretty damn good eye on the whole world for going on fifty years,  this kind of shit never happened once before, shut down everything over a respiratory  virus which is killing about as  many  already sick folks as last years flu.

Let me put it this way.

You are sheep.

Don’t help them herd your ass straight through the Rats One World Government Slaughterhouse Doors.

If you are that afraid of dying, you have never lived!

Best get busy living!

Or get busy dying, get the hell out of the way of better folks.

About time humanity pulls their heads out of their sheep asses don’t you think?

The Ole Dog!

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