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Algerien. Index / Algeria. Index

by Michael Palomino


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Juden in Algerien / Jews in Algeria

1. Jews in Algeria 01: Arab rule 680-1516 (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
Jews following the Arab invasion - schooling and trade along the Sudanese gold route

2. Jews in Algeria 02: Turkish rule 1516-1830 (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
Turkish discrimination against Jews by Turkish greed - Jewish upper class - massacre of 1805

3. Jews in Algeria 03: French occupation and emancipation rule 1830-1940 (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
Emigration movement against emancipation  - immigration to Algeria for emancipation - Crémieux Decree 1870 - anti-Semitism against naturalization of Jews - hatred violence 1921 and 1934

4. Jews in Algeria 04: Holocaust period 1940-1945 (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
French racial law of Vichy and restrictions against Jews - discrimination also under French-"American" rule - Crémieux Decree since 1943 - equality since 1947

5. Jews in Algeria 05: 1947-1970: war of independence - Six-Day war - exodus (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
Jewish organizations - Jews between the fronts of Algerian and French nationalists - emigration movement 1961-1963 because of French citizenship - anti-Jewish boycott since 1965 - emigration movement of the young Jews

6. Jews in Algiers (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
Jewish immigration from different countries - separate developments - privileged under the Turks - plague 1706 - new rich Jews immigrating in the 17th century - religious struggle - Busnach 1805 - Jews at stake 1815 - French rule with emancipation - anti-Semitism - Zionism - Algerian nationalism and Jewish emigration

7. Jews in Constantine (Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971)  English
Arabs - Turks - French occupation - independence and exodus




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