?From the great beyond into the present? ? an interview with Jo Lendle

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Poison envy

from 22.11.2011

The Prussian reforms of 1808 to 1812 granted all citizens freedom of trade, and put an end to serfdom and what until then had been utterly unchecked arbitrariness towards the Jews. The Jews were still only allowed to become public servants in exceptional cases and certainly never officers in the military, ...

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