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  - tour through time
  - massacred in Jerusalem by crusaders
  - and Edward I
  - welcomed to Istanbul in 1492
  - in Britain
  - blamed for the spread of cholera
  - Russian pogroms of 1905
  - in Mein Kampf
  - emigration from Germany in the 1930s
  - in the Holocaust
  - expelled from Libya in 1970
 Jiang Jieshi - in World War II
 jig (folk dance)
 jihad - meaning of the word
 Jihad, al- - terrorist group in Egypt
 Jiménez de Cisneros - archbishop of Toledo
 Jimmu-Tenno - legendary Japanese emperor
 Jimmy's (hospital)
 jingoism - the original outbreak
  - brief account
 jiva - in Jainism
 jizya - abolished by Akbar
  - reimposed by Aurangzeb
 Joachimsthaler - Bohemian coin
 Joan I - queen of Naples
  - tour through time
  - and Villon
 Joan the Mad - Spanish heiress
 Jock (the term)
 Jockey Club
 Jodhpur - the fortress and palace
 jodhpurs (origin)
 Jodrell Bank
 Joffre, Joseph - World War I commander-in-chief
 Jogaila - Lithuanian name of Jagiello
 Johanan ben Zakkai - and the yeshiva
 Johannesburg - in the Boer War
 John, duke of Berry - son of Charles V
 John, king of England
  - in Dublin in 1210
  - brief biography
  - and Rockingham Castle
 John, St - disciple of Jesus
  - and the Gospels
 John I - king of Portugal
 John II - king of France
  - and Poitiers
 John II - king of Portugal
 John III - king of Portugal
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