Napoleon, the Jews and the Sanhedrin

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Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 1984 - 230 pages
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Napoleon sought to limit the emancipation of French Jewry as decreed in the early years of the Revolution, yet many of the institutions that he created proved to be of enduring value to French Jewry and still exist today. Schwarzfuchs gives an in-depth analysis of all the nuances and contradictions inherent in this fateful encounter.

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