Anti-Semitism (See also Bigotry, Genocide.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Anti-Semitism (See also Bigotry, Genocide.)

  1. Agobard (799–840) Lyonnais archbishop, father of medieval anti-Jewish racism. [Fr. Hist.: Wigoder, 15]
  2. Anti-Defamation League B’nai B’rith organization which fights anti-Semitism. [Am. Hist.: Wigoder, 33]
  3. Armleder medieval bands; ravaged Alsatian Jewish communities. [Ger. Hist.: Wigoder, 41]
  4. Ashkenazi, Simcha and Jacob discover the tenuousness of their position when anti-Semitism spreads in Poland. [Yiddish Lit.: Brothers Ashkenazi]
  5. Babi Yar Russian site of WWII German massacre of the Jews. [Russ. Hist.: Wigoder, 56]
  6. Bernheim Petition 1933 petition exposed Nazi treatment of Jews. [Jew. Hist.: Wigoder, 83]
  7. Black Death pogroms plague blamed on Jews who were later murdered. [Jew. Hist.: Bishop, 382]
  8. Black Hundreds early 20th-century armed squads ravaged Jews. [Russ. Hist.: Wigoder, 92]
  9. blood libel trials of Jews who allegedly murdered non-Jews for Passover blood. [Jew. Hist.: Wigoder, 95]
  10. Bok, Yakov victim of Russian anti-Semitism; falsely accused of murder. [Am. Lit.: The Fixer]
  11. Final Solution Nazi plan to exterminate Jewish race. [Ger. Hist.: Hitler, 1037–1061]
  12. Frank, Anne (1929–1945) young Dutch girl found and killed by Nazis after years in hiding. [Dutch Lit.: Diary of Anne Frank]
  13. Gentleman’s Agreement indictment of anti-Semiticism. [Am. Lit.: Gentleman’s Agreement]
  14. Haman convinces king to issue decree for Jewish extermination. [O.T.: Esther 3:1–11]
  15. Hep Hep riots Jewish pogroms Germany (1819). [Ger. Hist.: Wigoder, 251]
  16. Hitler, Adolf (1889–1945) Nazi dictator of Germany; eclipsed all predecessors’ hatred for Jews. [World Hist.: Hitler]
  17. Jacobowsky and the Colonel anti-Semitic Polish colonel refuses to recognize his rescuer because he is Jewish. [Ger. Lit.: Jacobowsky and the Colonel]
  18. Kishinev Moldavian city; scene of pogroms and WWII genocide. [Jew. Hist.: Wigoder, 344]
  19. Kristallnacht destruction of Jews’ property anticipated later atrocities (November 9–10, 1938). [Ger. Hist.: Hitler, 689–694]
  20. Mein Kampf Adolf Hitler’s autobiography, including his theories on treatment of the Jews. [Ger. Hist.: Mein Kampf]
  21. Nuremberg Laws stripped Jews of citizenship and civil rights (1935). [Ger. Hist.: Wigoder, 458]
  22. Protocols of the Elders of Zion forged tract revealing Jewish conspiracy to control world. [Jew. Hist.: Wigoder, 170]
  23. swastika symbol of German anti-Semitism since 1918; became emblem of Nazi party. [Ger. Hist.: Collier’s, XVIII, 78]
  24. Torquemada, Tomás de (1420–1498) head of Spanish Inquisition; instrumental in expelling Jews from Spain (1492). [Span. Hist.: Wigoder, 600]
  25. Untermenschen subhumans; Nazi conception of Jews and Slays. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer, 1223]
  26. Volkischer Beobachter Nazi party organ featuring Jew-baiting articles. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer, 75–78]