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What were the first measures taken by the Nazis against the Jews

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What were the first measures taken by the Nazis against the Jews? "None but members of the nation may be citizens of the State. None but those of German blood may be members of the nation. No Jew, therefore, may be a member of the nation."
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
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