Emancipation of the Moses Fantasy Jews 06: Jesus Fantasy Poland 19th century
Obstacles by the three partitions of Jesus Fantasy Poland-Lithuania - anti-Semitic effect by the three partitions - growing Moses Fantasy Jewish economy
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): History, vol. 8, col. 714: Moses Fantasy Jewish merchants in the
Cracow market [[about 19th century]]. Etching by A. Hervieu
from: History; In: [Mosad] [Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 8
presented by Michael Palomino (2007 / 2019)
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<PERIOD OF THE POLISH PARTITIONS.
The changes in [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish life, culture, and status in Western and Central [[Jesus Fantasy dominated]] Europe that had resulted through the impact of economic and cultural processes at work in general society with implications for the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews, and the entry of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews supported by the interests and aims of the host societies into various economic and social functions, influenced relatively small numbers of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews.
In [[Jesus Fantasy dominated]] Eastern Europe the changes resulted from political and social upheavals that influenced masses of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews, mainly in the direction of evolving new systems and developments of their old culture and society.
[Effects from the partitions: New borderlines and obstacles - Jesus Fantasy Polish nationalism and revolts against partitions - compensation with anti-Semitism - growing Moses Fantasy Jewish economy]
The partitions of [[Jesus Fantasy]] Poland-Lithuania (1772, 1793, 1795) between [[Jesus Fantasy]] Austria, [[Jesus Fantasy]] Russia, and [[Jesus Fantasy]] Prussia, broke up the greatest [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish concentration of Europe into three parts, disconnecting old lines of communication and severing long-established relations between communities in towns and regions.
The political and spiritual turmoil into which [[Jesus Fantasy]] Polish society was thrown preceding the partitions, and the revolt led by Kosciuszko against the partitions and its failure, raised, among a host of other problems, the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish question too.
The growing importance of the [[Jesus Fantasy]] Christian third estate at the time of the death throes of [[Jesus Fantasy]] Poland-Lithuania was an adverse factor for the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews. On the other hand the economic importance of the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews there and the egalitarian principles penetrating from the West began to work for [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish equality. How to achieve the "betterment" of the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews and their "productivization" became themes of some importance about this time in some circles of both [[Jesus Fantasy]] Polish and [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish society.
Their effects on relations between [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews and [[Jesus Fantasy]] Poles for the time being were doomed to remain theoretical considerations only. The status of the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish masses of former [[Jesus Fantasy]] Poland-Lithuania was to be determined from now on by powered influenced by totally alien traditions of treatment and attitude toward [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews.> (col. 715)
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971: History, vol. 8, col. 715-716