Oct. 30, 1633

“Writ” of Duke Albrecht von Wallenstein* and addressed to the Acting Head of State (‘Landes-Verweser’) [Present-day Poland; Principality of Glogow (‘Glogua’)]: “[…] are in no way inclined to give in to [the Jews] plea […] and have already expelled the Jews and have furthermore decided not to tolerate Jews in Glogow out of concern […].” [Researcher’s note: *Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von Wallenstein was a Bohemian military leader and a statesman who was gifted the principality of Glogau. This writ was in response to the plea of the Jewry to offer them protection in response to the city council’s attempt to expel them.]
Geschichte der Juden in Gross-Glogau bearbeitet von Berndt, Bürgermeister. (Glogau; 1873); (History of Jews in Greater Glogow edited by Berndt, Mayor.); (Glogow; 1873); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 10/7/2019