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Anti Semitism - Nazi Germany
Transcript of Anti Semitism - Nazi Germany
Jews in Germany were persecuted as soon as the Nazis came to power. At first the Nazi policy was to encourage Jews to leave. However between 1933-1939 persecution became worse and led to one of the worst genocides in human history, the Holocaust.
Anti-semitism: Hatred of Jews
Hitler believed that Germans belonged to a master race.
He believed that German 'Ayrans' were ideally blonde, tall and blue eyed.
1st April 1933
German boycott of Jewish shops.
Jews were stopped from being lawyers.
Many shops refused to serve Jews.
Jews banned from public swimming pools.
The first steps...
Nuremberg Laws 1935
"Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour"
If you had one Jewish grandparent, then you were a Jew.
The laws said that Jews living in Germany were no longer Germans
Jewish people had to have a ‘J’ stamped on their passports.
Jews and Germans were not allowed to get married.
Jewish doctors were not allowed to treat non-Jews.
Jewish men were given the middle name Israel.
Jewish women were given the middle name Sarah.
Jews were not allowed to use buses and trams.
Jews were not allowed to go to the cinema.
Jews had to wear a yellow Star of David on their coats.
Jews had businesses taken from them.
The Nuremberg Laws
9th & 10th
Copy down the laws on page 62.
and answer questions
in full sentences.
The Nuremberg Laws made life even harder for Jews living in Germany.
Anti Semitism Propaganda
The headlines say "Jews are our misfortune" and "How the Jew cheats." Germany, 1936
Children's book - Trust No Fox in the Green Meadow and No Jew on his Oath
Julius Streicher, shows a student "identifying" to his teacher & peers "Jewish charactertistics" such as a nose shaped like a "6."
Treatment of Jews
1938 Kristallnacht and Violence
1933 Anti-Jewish Laws/boycott of Jewish shops/doctors/lawyers/ lecturers dismissed
1935 Nuremburg Laws for the Protection of German Blood and Honour:
1935 National Law of Citizenship meant Jews lost citizenship no vote/ rights.
Page 61 Activities
The Nuremberg Laws
The Nuremberg Laws were introduced at the Nuremberg Rally on 15th September. They removed many rights from Jewish people. Firstly Jews were denied German citizenship and marriage and relationships between Jews and Germans became illegal.