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How did the Germans decide who was Jewish
Transcript of How did the Germans decide who was Jewish
Holocaust How did the Germans define who was Jewish: On November 14, 1935, the Nazis issued the following description of a Jew:
Someone with three Jewish grandparents.
Who lived in a Jewish community.
Was married to a Jew.
A descendent of one Jewish grandparent.
How did the the Germans decide who was Jewish? Those who were not Jews but had some Jewish blood were seen as Mischlinge and were put into 2 seperate groups:
Mischlinge- First Degree:
Michlinge- Second Degree:
Second degree Mischlinge were those with one Jewish grandparent. They were drafted into the Germany Army, but could not attain the rank of an officer. They were also banned from certain jobs. First degree Mischlinge -Were those with two Jewish grandparents. During World War II, the first degree Mischlinge, were put into concentration camps, then into death camps. By Matt Wilton By Matt Wilton VS. By Matt Wilton