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Today in Jewish History - December 3 / Kislev 17

1868 December 3, SAXONY (Germany)

Courtesy of Schwalenberg
One of the last German states to give Jews full legal equality. Jews had been living in Saxony since the 10th century in towns like Magdeburg, Halle, and Erfurt. It was only one year before the inauguration of the North German confederation that they were given equality.

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