Nuremberg Laws

December 3, 2015 | | 2 Comments

Before “The Final Solution,” Hitler’s final attempt to rid the Jews from Europe, the Nazi party tried several different solutions to suppress and get rid of the Jew in Europe. One of the first plans were the Nuremberg Race Laws, published on September 15, 1935. The Nazi Reich published these laws, which described how Jews and Aryans should act toward each other. Some of the laws forbid Jews from going to public places like park and movie theatres where some annul the marriages between Jews and Non-Jews. /en/article.php?ModuleId=10007903


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