September 15th 1935 - Proclamation of the Nuremberg Race Laws


Nuremberg, September 15th 1935: With the adoption of the so-called "Reich Citizenship Law" and the "Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor" the Nazis legalize the disenfranchisement and marginalization of Jews in Germany. Marriages between Jews and so-called Aryans were prohibited, relationships out of wedlock, coined as "racial pollution", become punishable by law. A classification was also made, which divided Jews according to heritage into “Half-Jews” or “Full-Jews”. The Nuremberg race laws paved the way for further discrimination, for employment bans, expropriations, so called "atonement performances" and mandatory labeling. They significantly paved the way for the massive persecution and deportation to death camps, which began after the start of the war.

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