This Day in History: Nuremberg Laws Deprive German Jews of Citizenship and Civil Rights (1935)

This Day in History:
Nuremberg Laws Deprive German Jews of Citizenship and Civil Rights (1935)

Enacted in the early years of Adolf Hitler’s rule, the Nuremberg Laws stripped Jews of German citizenship, prohibited them from marrying non-Jews, and forbade them to hire non-Jewish domestic servants. Supplementary decrees laid down the criteria for determining exactly who was legally Jewish. Punishments for violating the laws included fines, hard labor, and even death. Three years after the laws were announced, another law required Jews to adopt what middle names? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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