For almost 500 years, the Jews of Europe were kept apart, confined to ghettos or tiny villages in the countryside. hen, in one extraordinary moment in the French Revolution, the Jews of France were emancipated. Soon the ghetto gates were opened all over Europe. The era of Emancipation had begun. What happened next would change the course of history. Michael Goldfarb looks at how liberating Europe's Jews from the ghetto led to revolution and renaissance. (trackbianca)
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