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Describe how Jews were badly discriminated against in Germany from 1933-39

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This was to keep all German women and babies pure Aryan and to help the cause of getting rid of all the Jewish people, which would eventually lead to concentration camps. The two years after saw many minor laws introduced like Jewish people not being allowed to be pharmacists, own electrical and optical equipment, own bicycles, typewriters and records if they had any of these they were made to hand them over to authorities. Also Jews were not allowed to be vets and work with animals, all this again was purely to make Jews suffer and to add to the reasons why they would want to leave Nazi Germany. The year before the war started saw many laws and events that effected the Jewish more than some of the other years put together, new laws saw Jews banned from more places and banned from doing other things. The main event in 1938 was Kristallnacht (night of broken glass), in one night Jewish shops and businesses were burned and smashed, 91 Jews were killed, synagogues ...read more.


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