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Nuremberg Laws

Lauren Adams & Erin Kang 1st period! (: LaComb
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Erin K

on 23 April 2010

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NUREMBERG LAWS DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE LAW; Jews are forbidden to raise the Reich and National flag and they cannot show the National colors. Extramarital sexual intercourse between Jews and citizens of German or German-related blood are forbidden. Jews are not allowed to employ female citizens of German or German-related blood under 45 years in their household. WHEN THE LAWS WERE MADE; They held a conference on
August 20, 1935. The law weren't passed until september 15, 1935. These laws became the legal basis for the racist anti-Jewish policy in Germany.
Thirteen additional decrees were added to
the Nuremberg Laws over the next 8 years.
'German Blood' were the white circles, and Jews were the black circles. People with one or two Jewish grandparents were considered as 'mixed race' or a full Jew. Erin Kang & Lauren Adams
1st period/ LaComb
4/20/10 This is an record of the
Nuremberg Laws sheet. These are passports issued to a German Jewish
couple with a "J" for "Jude" stamped on the cards. This is also illustrating
the Nuremberg Law about the
Germans and Jews. WHAT WAS IT? The Nurember Laws made it forbidden for Jews
to marry or have sexual relations with Aryans. It prohibited them to employ Aryan
women as a household help. It took away Jews's Rights. The Germans wanted to protect the German
blood and they did that by making this law. WHAT OR WHOM DOES IT INVOVLE? It involved the Jews. If you had a Jewish ancestors,
and your nationality wasn't fully Jewish,
you were still considered as a mixed race. WHY DID THE EVENT HAPPEN? To protect the German Blood. The Germans felt that the law was urgent. Hitler critized Jews and wanted to
exclude Jews from everything. WHAT WERE THE RESULTS? If Jews disobeyed the laws,
they would get punished. Jews weren't considered as citizens anymore. Jewish people had their businesses taken up by Germans. WHERE DID IT OCCUR? These were Jewish businesses,
but after the Nuremberg Laws had passed
the Germans took control of the store. This is a teacher teaching Germans
about the Nuremberg Laws. NUREMBERG LAWS V.S. INDIAN REMOVAL ACT; -The Nuremberg Laws took away
rights against Jews. -The Indian Removal Act removed most Native Americans from the states. -The Nuremberg law was signed on September 15, 1935, while the Indian Removal Act was signed on May 26, 1830. The law encouraged and supported prejudice
and made hatred of the Jews acceptable. -Jews and Indians both struggled in this event,
and they both were left with nothing in the end. -The laws prohibited Jew's rights. The Native Americans
were forced to leave their tribal lands. The plan was designed by Adolf Hitler, and
was approved bythe Nazi Party.
The laws were announced at a Nazi rally
in the city of Nuremberg on Sept. 15, 1935 This is a picture of Hitler when
they were in a conference
about the Nuremberg Laws. http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/gallery_ph.php?ModuleId=10005681 http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/gallery_ph.php?ModuleId=10005681 http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/gallery_ph.php?ModuleId=10005681 http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/gallery_ph.php?ModuleId=10005681 http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/gallery_ph.php?ModuleId=10005681
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