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The Power of Myth
Map of Jewish expulsions and resettlement areas in Europe 1100 to 1500
Pogroms, Map of pogroms and antisemitic acts of violence in Russia and the Pale from
Estimated Jewish population of Europe in 1939.
Images in Church 70 CE – Middle Ages
The Great Revolt: Destruction of the Second Temple
Arch of Titus in Rome. This detail depicts the destruction of the second Beit HaMikdash (Temple) in 70 Common Era (C.E.).
Stained Glass Windows: Church and Synagogue (Ecclesia and Synagoga) in the Elisabeth Church in Marburg, Germany
Images from the Crusades Circa 1000 CE
Antisemitic pamphlet with illustration of ritual murder of a Christian boy by a Jew.
Middle Ages The Plague
The Black Plague
The Bubonic Plague 25 million people died in just under five years between 1347 and Estimated population of Europe from 1000 to 1352: million million million million million million
The Myth of Jews Poisoning Wells Image: Illustration of a Jew poisoning the Christian water supply by dropping some potion into the well.
Middle Ages Money Lending
Medieval iconography is filled with images of Jews engaged in financial activities and often implies that Jews are draining resources from the Christian community. Image: Medieval Jewish merchants.
Middle Ages Ritualism
Myth of the Blood Libel
18 th Century to Early 19 th Century
Late19 th /Early 20 th Century
Dreyfuss Affair, 1894
Protocols of the Elders of Zion
In Children’s Books
Game: “Jew Out”
The History of Antisemitism The roots of antisemitism in Germany go back a very long time. The foundation of hate the Nazis built on was formed centuries.
Do Now: Title top of lined paper “We and They in History”
Anti-Semitism An Underlying Factor in the Holocaust CHY4U.
The History of Anti-Semitism The roots of anti-Semitism in Germany go back a very long time. The foundation of hate the Nazis built on was formed centuries.
Anti-Semitism. What is Anti-Semitism? Simply put, Anti-Semitism is hatred of the Jews. The term Anti-Semitism did not exist until 1873 C.E. The term was.
WHY THE JEW???? ANTI-JEWISH FEELING DURING THE PAST 2000 YEARS.
Prophetic Monotheism: Judaism. Abraham: the Patriarch ·Founder of Judaism ·Moved from ·Mesopotamia to Canaan (Israel) ·Tested by God ·Covenant: monotheism.
Effects of the Crusades on Europe Economic expansion – increased trade with the Middle East and Byzantine Empire Growth of Italian trading families. Growth.
The Late Middle Ages: Crisis and Disintegration in the Fourteenth Century Chapter 11.
Anti Semitism in Medieval Europe For centuries Jews had been a vulnerable minority in Europe. Their vulnerability became particularly evident in the.
A Crisis of the 14 th Century: The Bubonic Plague.
"The Jews are a nervous people. Nineteen centuries of Christian love have taken a toll." -Benjamin Disraeli 21 December 1804 – 19 April 1881 England’s.
Historical Roots and Origins. German Anti-Semitism German anti-Semitism is not new Common historic tradition of hatred of Jewish people Bible: ○ Book.
Jeopardy Early MALate MA Wars and change Abrahamic Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Part I: Why the Jews? Part II: Why Germany? Why Hitler?
Anti-Semitism in the Middle Ages. Judaism Torah- Old Testament Judaea conquered by the Romans, the Jews are scattered They divide into two main groups:
The Israel Palestine Conflict An Historical Overview.
Four Stages Pagan Eraca B.C. – ca. A.D. 50 Early Christianityca. A.D Middle Agesca. A.D th -19 th CenturiesA.D
Anti-Jewish Imagery: From Deicide to Worldwide Conspiracy © 2007 by Dr. Catherine Chatterley.
TEACHING THE HISTORY OF ANTISEMITISM. RATIONALE Why teach the history of antisemitism in Europe? May not know what it is or means Gives historical context.
Intro to the Holocaust. Holocaust Systematic, state- sponsored persecution and murder of about 6 million Jews by the Nazis.
Anti-Semitism Unit 1. Important Definitions Genocide: attempt to eliminate an entire group of people Genocide: attempt to eliminate an entire group of.
Introduction and Background to Modern Europe (circa 1450 C.E.)
What Was The Black Death ? Summarized Idea – The Black Death was a devastating pandemic of sickness and disease that ravaged Europe during the Middle Ages.
History of Anti- Semitism CHC2D. Anti-Semitism Prejudice, hatred and discrimination against Jews Many ways of expressing hatred and rage against Jews.
Bellringer * Manors * Bourgeoisie * Serfs * Guilds * Money Economy * Sacraments * Commercial Capitalism Workbook: Ch. 10 Sec. 4 Pgs
Zach Culp. In its history Strasbourg has been owned by both France and bordering Germany It has the tallest medieval building in all of Europe It.
The Black Death Right click on the map and select “Open Hyperlink” to see the spread of the Black Death.
1. What are the children doing in this picture? 2. Have you ever played this game? 3. What is the mood expressed in this picture?
Jewish Roots of Christianity 1.The beginnings of the church. 2.Apostolic message to the Jews. 3.Apostolic message to the Gentiles. 4. Apostolic Council.
Essential Terms A stereotype is a judgment about an individual based on the real or imagined characteristics of a group. Anti-Semitism is prejudice against.
Number the Stars By Lois Lowry Winner of the 1990 Newbery Award Medal for quality children’s literature.
The Dark/Middle/Medieval Ages. BringOutYourDead I’m not Dead Yet!
Unit II: Renaissance & Reformation. I. Feudal Society.
Jews: A History of Persecution. Jews in Antiquity Judaism as a religion began in the areas of modern day Palestine and Jerusalem more than a thousand.
Anti-Semitism in Medieval Europe. Legal Status Largest non-Christian minority in Europe Largest non-Christian minority in Europe One step above heretics.
The Renaissance “The Rebirth of Europe”
Do now: copy Black Plague Vocabulary into your notebooks.
The Growth of Towns and Villages in Medieval Europe.
Lesson 11 Lecture Notes. Review 1. What characterizes Assimilationist responses? 2. What characterizes Affirmationist responses? 3. Which of these responses.
Anti-Semitism / Stages of the Holocaust World History.
HISTORY OF ANTI- SEMITISM STARTING FROM THE 1 ST CENTURY AD.
Jewish Migration as a Diaspora Diaspora since at least 70CE Displacement of peoples results in wide ethnic and cultural diversity (e.g., Sephardim/ Ashkenazim)
Culture of the High Middle Ages & The Late Middle Ages 3.02: Describe events in Western Europe from the fall of Rome to the emergence of nation-states.
Lesson 2 Lecture Notes. Jewish Life in Europe Setting the Stage.
Jews & the Medieval Church: From Tolerance to Persecution.
THE LATER MIDDLE AGES: Unit 1.1. Learning Objective: Students will understand the evolution of European society from antiquity through the Later.
What is the difference between these 2 pictures? STARTER.
The Black Death European Middle Ages (500 – 1500CE) > (400 – 700CE) Germanic tribes carve Western Europe into small kingdoms. > (711 – 732CE) Muslims control.
Warm-up: Complete country outline Bulgaria through Finland. (you keep the paper that says “warm-ups”, you pass back the paper with the information about.
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