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What were the first measures taken by the Nazis against the Jews
Transcript of What were the first measures taken by the Nazis against the Jews
Adolf Hitler - Hitler Blamed Jews for the loss of ww1 because of a Jewish conspiracy - The first measures taken by the Nazis against the Jews satrted in 1933 when Jews became sub-humans, Nazi stopped Germans from going into Jewish stores and all Jewish stores were
marked with the yellow star of David, and "Juden" on the windows. -On buses, trains, park benches Jews had seats marked for them -In 1935, Nuremberg Laws were passed
-Jews were no longer citizens
-Jews couldn't marry non-jews
-Violence against Jews started
- Only able to go in to Jewish
churches and store -Dachau, first concentration camp opened in March 22, 1933
-first inmates were homosexuals, Jehovah's witnesses, Jewish lawyers, journalists, writers and politcal officials.
-over 5.8 million jews were killed including 1.5 million jewish children killed -November 1938 a Jew shot a Nazi "diplomat".
-Hitler started seven day campaign of terror against the Jews
-Started November 10, 10 000 shops were destroyed and contents stolen
-And Jewish homes were burnt