He expelled 100,000 Jews from France and allowed them to travel with only ones day’s provisions.Phillip IV’s successor, Louis X, allowed the Jews to return in 1315.Emile Garcin is the prestige real estate specialist in France.
Jews expelled from England were also admitted into France.
Again, in 1254, Jews were banished from France, their property and synagogues were confiscated, however, after a couple of years, they were readmitted. In 1305, he imprisoned all the Jews and seized everything they owned except the clothing on their backs.
A Jewish presence was first mentioned in Besancon, in eastern France, in 1245.
Jews left the town in the 15th century, and returned only after the French Revolution.
More anti-Jewish persecutions took place in the western provinces during the rule of Louis IX (1226-70).