Category: Jewish Diaspora

Categories: Jewish History | Israel

A part of Jewish History

The Jewish Diaspora (or simply the Diaspora; Hebrew Galut גלות; Yiddish Golus) was the historical exile of Jews from the region of the Kingdom of Judah and Roman Judaea, as well as the later emigration from wider Eretz Israel.

During the Middle Ages, Jews divided into distinct regional groups which today are generally addressed according to two primary geographical groupings:

Major Events in History

  • World War II Jewish Casualties
  • Declaration of Establishment of State of Israel 15th May, 1948.

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Subcategories (4)


Person Profiles (9)

abt 1855 Nidda, Büdingen, Hessen, Germany - 18 Mar 1922
1845 Nidda, Hesse, Germany - aft 1920
abt 1838 Germany - 21 Aug 1899
06 Aug 1855 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - 11 Feb 1948 photo
1845 Putzlitz, Bischofteinitz, Bohemia, Austria - 1907
1828 London, Middlesex, England - 02 Oct 1905
06 Apr 1929 Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany - 28 Feb 2019 photo
1828 Kurnik, Schrimm, Posen, Prussia, Germany - 10 Aug 1920
13 May 1853 Weymouth Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia - 20 Oct 1908 photo




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