AntiSemitism

July 1877 American Antisemitism  The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair
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July 1877 American Antisemitism The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair

July 1877 American Antisemitism The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair: In the summer of 1877, In Saratoga. New York, Joseph Seligman, a leading Gilded Age railroad financier, was barred from Saratoga Grand Union Hotel because he was a Jew.  This was one of the first incident of this kind that had occurred in the United States.  The […]

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April 1st, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany
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April 1st, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany

April 1st, 1933 Nazi Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany The Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in Germany took place on April 1st 1933, as a response to the Jewish boycott of German goods soon after Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor on January 30th, 1933.                 It was the first of many measures […]

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April 7, 1933 Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service
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April 7, 1933 Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service

April 7, 1933 Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service                 On April 7th, 1933, the Nazi Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service was passed, which restricted employment in the civil service to ‘Aryan.’ This meant that Jews could not serve as teachers, professors, judges, or other government positions.  […]

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November 21, 1933 Jewish Heads Join In Palestine Plea Protest
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November 21, 1933 Jewish Heads Join In Palestine Plea Protest

“Jewish Heads Join In Palestine Plea Protest on Bars to Entry is laid before wauchope by delegation all groups. Settlers’ decree urged. High commissioner in Replay Says Conditions Now Make Restrictions Necessary. The deputation protested to Sir Arthur on the alleged severity of measures taken against Jewish settlers who were in the country without authority. […]

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Sept. 15, 1935 Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws Strip German Jews Of Citizenship
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Sept. 15, 1935 Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws Strip German Jews Of Citizenship

 Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws Strip German Jews Of Citizenship Sept. 15, 1935 The Reichstag has unanimously enacted the following law, which is promul­gated herewith: 1 A subject of the State is a person who enjoys the protection of the German Reich and who in consequence has specified obligations towards it. The status of subject of the […]

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March 1911 – AntiSemitism
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March 1911 – AntiSemitism

There is no evidence against a Jewish clerk tried for ritually murdering a Christian boy in Kiev In 1911. But that wasn’t the point. The Crime scene- produced no clear suspects, police felt pressured to make an arrest. Through a mixture of political agitation and scheming on the part of the authorities, Russian nationalists and […]

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July 1877 American Anti-Semitism: The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair
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July 1877 American Anti-Semitism: The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair

July 1877 American Anti-Semitism: The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair.

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July 1877 American Anti-Semitism: The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair
By October 6, 2016 Read More →

July 1877 American Anti-Semitism: The Celebrated Seligman-Hilton Affair

In the summer of 1877, In Saratoga. New York, Joseph Seligman, a leading Gilded Age railroad financier, was barred from Saratoga Grand Union Hotel because he was a Jew.  This was one of the first incident of this kind that had occurred in the United States.  The Grand Union was the largest hotel in the […]

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