The History & Application of Antisemitism in Europe & the U.S.. Part Three: The Fight for Recognition & Emancipation.

Emancipation for Jews in nineteenth century Europe meant freedom from persecution and acceptance. Too long strangers in the towns & cities where they lived and worked, for Jews to be accorded the same rights as Christians had been a long held dream, and it was a dream worth fighting…

Peter Winn-Brown

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Peter Winn-Brown

The past can illuminate the present if we shine the light of inquiry openly, truthfully, with attention to detail & care for the salient facts.