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The Viking Jews : a history of the Jews of Denmark

Author: Ib Nathan Bamberger
Publisher: New York : Shengold Publishers, ©1983.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traces the history of the Jews in Denmark, beginning with the settlement of the first Sephardic Jews invited from Holland in 1622. Denmark's Jews enjoyed privileges, and were never forced to live in a ghetto. An attempt by the Lutheran Church to convert them in 1728 was abandoned. A literary attack in 1813, when Thomas Thaarus translated German writer Friedrich Buchholz's antisemitic pamphlet "Moses og Jesus, "  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bamberger, Ib Nathan.
Viking Jews.
New York : Shengold Publishers, ©1983
(OCoLC)567838274
Online version:
Bamberger, Ib Nathan.
Viking Jews.
New York : Shengold Publishers, ©1983
(OCoLC)607153421
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ib Nathan Bamberger
ISBN: 0884000982 9780884000983
OCLC Number: 10375163
Description: 159 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Responsibility: by Ib Nathan Bamberger.

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Traces the history of the Jews in Denmark, beginning with the settlement of the first Sephardic Jews invited from Holland in 1622. Denmark's Jews enjoyed privileges, and were never forced to live in a ghetto. An attempt by the Lutheran Church to convert them in 1728 was abandoned. A literary attack in 1813, when Thomas Thaarus translated German writer Friedrich Buchholz's antisemitic pamphlet "Moses og Jesus, " degenerated into an attack on Jewish civil and political rights. The Danish tolerant attitude remained unchanged, however, and full emancipation was granted by King Frederick IV in 1814, while the "More Judaico" oath was abrogated only in 1843. The German occupation of Denmark in 1940 did not affect the Jews until martial law was introduced in August 1943, which was followed by the deportation of 464 Jews to Theresienstadt. Most of the Danish Jews escaped to Sweden.

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