Switzerland, Swiss history, European history
The persecution of Jews in the German Empire and Switzerland from 1348 to 1350 at the approach of the Black Death was one of the most shameful examples of brutality against those people in European history before the twentieth century. Das Martyrologium des Nurnberger Memorbuches presents the names of at least 339 cities, towns, and villages in Germany and Switzerland where Jews were oppressed at that time, and the Jewish communities in many scores of cities and towns were eradicated. Many of the victims were tortured and burned alive.
""The Clamor of the People" Popular Support for the Persecution of Jews in Switzerland and Germany at the Approach of the Black Death, 1348-50,"
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 53:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol53/iss2/4