Italian planes bomb Tel Aviv; 117 are killed, 1940.
Copies of the Talmud were burned by the Inquisition, 1553.
The Jewish community of Berlin was organized, 1671.
The Congress for the Safeguarding of Non-Jewish Interests, which opened in Dresden, Germany, 1882, was the first international assembly to promote anti-Semitism.
The liquidation of the Minsk and Lida ghettos began, 1943.
Charles Lindbergh made an anti-Semitic speech on radio, 1941.
The ghetto in Stolin, Poland, was wiped out with the mass murders of 11,000 Jews, 1942.
90,000 Jews were sent to their deaths from the Warsaw ghetto, 1942. A total of 300,000 Jews were sent to Nazi killing camps during a 53 day period from Erev Tish’a b’Av until Erev Rosh HaShana that year.
First organized attack by Nazi stormtroopers, Berlin, 1931.
Daf Yomi was initiated by Rabbi Meir Shapira of Lublin, 1923.
Compulsory education law passed in Israel, 1949.
First shul services in Manhattan, 1654. First for St. Louis, 1836.
40 rabbis of the ghetto of Lodz were killed by the Nazis, 1942.
Germany occupied Miclec, Poland, 1939, and murdered its entire Jewish population.
The Supreme Court of Israel was inaugurated, 1948.
9000 Jews of Slonim, Russia, were killed by the Nazis, 1941.
The first Jewish self-defence organization in Eretz Yisrael was founded, 1908.