In 1616, Jews of Frankfurt were ferociously attacked in their ghetto and totally expelled from their city with their property confiscated. The German Emperor, who considered the Jews to be his property, was so irate about the attack that he ordered the execution of its leader with his corpse hanging on the city gates, his house razed, and an account of his crimes engraved on a pillar. In Bohemia, Jews were charged with poisoning Christians but later pardoned in 1731.
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