This Day, September 17, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

September 17 1394: The Jews were expelled from Franceby order of King Charles VI. He used the pretense that a Jewish convert in Paris, Denis Machuit, returned to Judaism, to once again expel the Jews. The order was signed on Yom Kippur and was used as excuse for plundering the Jewish. It was actually enforced on November 3. Tovább »