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Martin Luther's Reformation and Antisemitism

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October 24, 2021 | by Unpacked

When Jews wouldn’t convert to Protestantism, Martin Luther’s response set off a chain reaction of antisemitic rhetoric. His writings have been used for centuries as a justification for antisemitism, permanently altering the course of history for European Jews.



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