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The Jewish lawyer, Moritz Kallmann, was active in the revolution of 1848 and became a city councilor. Some returned in 1357 and in 1361 obtained royal protection. In 1936 the community was forced to establish its own elementary school. After the grant of civil emancipation to the Jews in Wuerttemberg by the edict of 1828 a number of Jews settled in Heilbronn and became citizens there. There was even an attempt on Hitler's life in Heilbronn in 1926.

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Sauer, Die juedischen Gemeinden in Wuerttemberg und Hohenzollern 1966 , 95—100; O. In August 1939 the community was officially dissolved. The community, established officially in 1851, numbered 65 persons in 1858, 137 in 1862, 994 in 1885 3. After 1411 King Sigismund granted the Jews of Heilbronn protection of life and property, limited taxation, freedom of movement, and judicial autonomy in Jewish lawsuits; a Jewish oath was to apply in cases tried before the city court. Mayer, Die Geschichte der Juden in Heilbronn 1927 ; Germ Jud, 2 1968 , 346—50. The Heilbronn community was liberal in its religious affiliation. There were 10 Jews living in Heilbronn in 1967.

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By 1941, around 600 Jews had emigrated. Geschichte, Schicksale, Do kumente 1986; Schriftenreihe des Landkreises Heilbronn, vol. The others were deported to the East, along with 88 Heilbronn Jews who had found refuge in other localities. During the Weimar period antisemitism was at a low ebb. There apparently were Jews living in Heilbronn in the second half of the 11 th century, as attested by an inscription found in an old synagogue mentioning Nathan ha-Parnas. At Sontheim a Jewish old-age home was established in 1907 and cared for 78 persons in 1937. In Sontheim there were 88 Jews in 1822 8.

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Many Jews from Heilbronn were sent to Dachau. Das Marktverantwortungsgebiet liegt in Südwestdeutschland, von Weil am Rhein im Süden, über die Großräume Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Heilbronn und Heidelberg bis in die Pfalz. . A separate Orthodox community was established in 1911. About 80% of them were immigrants from the former Soviet Union who came to Germany after 1990. Franke, Geschichte und Schicksal der Juden in Heilbronn 1963 , incl. The Jews were expelled from Heilbronn three times during the 15 th century, the last in 1490 when the synagogue and the cemetery were confiscated.

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Jewish children attended the general schools and received additional religious education in schools sponsored by the community. Jews had reestablished themselves in Heilbronn by 1316. By the end of the 13 th century, their number must have been significant because on Oct. Frank, Juedische Gemeinden in Kreis und Stadt Heilbronn. Subsequently, until the 19 th century, there was no organized Jewish community in the city. Seven Jewish families settled in nearby Sontheim, where they built a synagogue in 1702.

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In 2004 there were about 65 Jews living in Heilbronn who officially belong to the Jewish community of Wuerttemberg in Stuttgart. A large synagogue was built in 1877. After the Nazi rise to power in 1933 the 790 Jews then living at Heilbronn were subjected to restrictions and discrimination, boycott of Jewish goods, vicious agitation in the press, and occasionally physical attacks. They possessed a synagogue and a cemetery, and lived on a Judengasse, where non-Jews also resided. In October 1938, all Jews of Polish citizenship were deported back to Poland. Jewish learning evidently flourished as the names of scholars and teachers are recorded among the martyrs. .

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