Jewish Dutch History: Marrano, History of the Jews in the Netherlands, History of the Netherlands, Nederlands Isra Litisch Kerkgenootschap Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781156510544

Published: September 4th 2011

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Jewish Dutch History: Marrano, History of the Jews in the Netherlands, History of the Netherlands, Nederlands Isra Litisch Kerkgenootschap  by  Source Wikipedia

Jewish Dutch History: Marrano, History of the Jews in the Netherlands, History of the Netherlands, Nederlands Isra Litisch Kerkgenootschap by Source Wikipedia
September 4th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 42 pages | ISBN: 9781156510544 | 5.69 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 40. Chapters: Marrano, History of the Jews in the Netherlands, History of the Netherlands, Nederlands Isra litischMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 40. Chapters: Marrano, History of the Jews in the Netherlands, History of the Netherlands, Nederlands Isra litisch Kerkgenootschap, Jewish community of Amsterdam, Nederlands Verbond voor Progressief Jodendom, Sephardic Jews in the Netherlands, Jewish Eindhoven, Jewish Groningen, February strike, Chuts, Portugees-Isra litisch Kerkgenootschap, Mediene, Portuguese Synagogue, Beit HaChidush, Joods Historisch Museum, Jewish Tilburg, Jodenbreestraat, Klal Isra l, Jewish Maastricht, Jodensavanne, Een Ander Joods Geluid, Henneicke Column, Die Kuranten.

Excerpt: Most history of the Jews in the Netherlands was generated between the end of the 16th century and World War II. The area now known as the Netherlands was once part of the Spanish Empire but in 1581, the northern Dutch provinces declared independence. A principal motive was a wish to practise Protestant Christianity, then forbidden under Spanish rule, and so religious tolerance was effectively an important constitutional element of the newly-independent state.

This inevitably attracted the attention of Jews who were religiously oppressed in many parts of the world. Jews seem to have lived in the province of Holland before 1593- a few references to them are in existence which distinctly mention them as present in the other provinces at an earlier date, especially after their expulsion from France in 1321 and the persecutions in Hainaut and the Rhine provinces.

The first Jews in the province of Gelderland were reported in 1325. Jews have been settled in Nijmegen, the oldest settlement, in Doesburg, Zutphen, and in Arnhem since 1404. In 1349 the Duke of Guelders was authorized by the Emperor Louis IV of the Holy Roman Empire of Germany to receive Jews in his duchy. They paid a tax, granted services, and were protected by the law.

In Arnhem, where a Jew is mentioned as a physician, th...



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