The Nuremberg Laws And Persecution Of Jews In Germany

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To best understand the Nuremberg laws is it best to see it in two parts; the first part being that any citizen not of the Aryan race was stripped of their German citizenship. This first happened with the Jews but would also affect more groups later. The Nuremberg laws made it so that only kindred blood Germans were citizens and that Jews were only guest in the country (Hill, p67). The second part of the Nuremberg laws is the outlaw of marriage or sexual relations between Jews and Aryans. The first part of the Nuremberg law was the most crucial in the persecution of Jews in Germany. The Nuremberg laws allowed anti-Semitic actions to happen because non-citizens, Jews, could legally be subjected to the actions of the Nazi party (pg 75). The nuremberg

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