Timeline for Holocaust class

Timeline for Holocaust class - Timeline of People/Events...

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Timeline of People/Events that Influenced Anti-Judaism/Anti-Semitism: Late 18 th -- 1). 65-110 A.D 3). 1265-1348 5).18 th Century 7). Mid 19 th century 9). Mid 19 th 11). 1890 13). 1920 2). 2 nd —5 th 4). 1480 6). 18 th century 8). Mid 19 th 10). 1850’s-1870’s 12). 1899 14). 1923 Centuries 4 ½). 1523/1543 1) . New Testament written: 2). Christianity starts defining itself against Judaism 3). Medieval Spanish Law and the Jews written and put into effect 4). Spanish Inquisition—many Jews converted to Christianity under threat of being forced out of country. Also against Jews who converted but weren’t “true” Christians. 4 ½). Martin Luther writes first essay: attitude towards Jews is to be nice and teach them Christianity nicely so they will want to convert. 2 nd essay: Angry at Jews, believed they were inferior; he wanted to burn their prayer books and synagogues. His anti-Jewish sentiment is very strong in this 2 nd essay. 5). Age of Enlightenment: shaped by idea of scientific approach (not religious) to understanding human differences. Mania for classification. Race justified colonialism.
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2008 for the course JS 211g taught by Professor Gillerman during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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