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Nuremburg Laws During The Holocaust

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September 15, 1935 was the beginning of the end for many Jewish people and their families. This day was when Nazi leaders put the Nuremburg Laws into action. There were six Nuremburg Laws that began anti-Semitism, revoked citizenships, and receded the rights of many underserving people. The laws applied to Jews, Gypsies and blacks. Jews were anyone that had three or more Jewish grandparents or anyone that had practiced Judaism (Nuremburg Laws). The Nuremburg Laws were a set of laws that took away the rights of Jews and began the harsh treatment of Jews during the Holocaust.
To begin, the laws denounced German Jews as citizens. “According to the Reich Citizenship Law and many clarifying decrees on its implentation, only people of German or
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