The Liberation of Venice Ghetto By Napoleon

  • On the 22 of Messidor, (the French calendar of the new republic) equal to the 9th of July 1797, the demolition of the Ghetto was ordered by Napoleon's authorities. The civil guard entered the ghetto Accompanied by drums and music. The festive crowed included French soldiers, Jews and Christian citizens. With cries of "viva" and "freedom" the gates were brought down one by one and consigned to the flames. Speeches were held and people were dancing to the music including the rabbis and the priests from the neighboring parishes. This is only part of this very interesting story
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