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The nuremberg race laws

Period 4
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Daniel Gonzalez

on 19 March 2013

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Transcript of The nuremberg race laws

What are the Nuremberg Laws? Some Examples of the laws ? ? They were issued on 1935.
They acted as:
-official grounds for the persecution of Jews
-laws to establish a legal definition of a Jew
-laws to outline the different levels of an individual
-classified the Jew depending on how many Jewish grandparents they had How it caused the Franks to go to Hiding? Classifications: He wanted a clearer classification of the Jews.
He thought it would make it easier for the Nazis to enforce legislation restricting the basic rights of German Jews.
Hitler wanted power over Jews. Why were the Laws Created? Every jewish person must have a J stamped in between their name.
Jewish people were prohibited from marrying a person of German blood.
a Jew cannot be a citizen of the Reich (a form of German Government)
any Jew who goes against these laws will be sentenced to prison with hard labor Hitler created them because: -These laws were cruel and harsh on the Jews

-A lot of Jews were enraged and didn't want to follow these rules

-They had no freedom to first of all, have their own names, or have the freedom of religion or the freedom of expression. The Nuremberg Race Laws: Full Jew : 3 or more Jewish grandparents

Half Jew: 2 Jewish grandparents ( they are considered a Mischling of a full Jew)

Quarter Jew: 1 Jewish grandparent (they are considered a Mischling of a half Jew) THANK YOU!! Classifications: Full Jew : 3 or more Jewish grandparents

Half Jew: 2 Jewish grandparents ( they are considered a Mischling of a full Jew)

Quarter Jew: 1 Jewish grandparent (they are considered a Mischling of a half Jew) What are the Nuremberg Race Laws? How the laws are relevant to us? Imagine being jewish and coming to school having to show your identity card every morning,and seeing a sign wherever you go telling you that you are not wanted.Having to see a different doctor,because your doctor is not jewish,and seeing people ridicule you for your religion.How would that make you feel? THANKS FOR WATCHING
THE NUREMBERG LAWS!
:) J Identification card of a jewish person By: Daniel, Melody, Ayushi, Poornima
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