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Describe how Jews were discriminated against in Germany from 1933 to 1939.

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Assignment One: Objective 1. Describe how Jews were discriminated against in Germany from 1933 to 1939 ... My first and foremost task will be the annihilation of the Jews. Adolf Hitler, 1922 During the Nazi era (1933-1945) the Nazi government brought in a strict doctrine on an anti Jews. This process involved many forms of physical and psychological attacks on the Jewish people. Theses included laws that stopped Jewish people owning businesses, working in government positions, going to school with other children that were not Jewish, banned from theatres, clubs, drama and they had to carry identity card and after 1942 they had to wear yellow stars with Juden written on them. Theses were ways of discriminating against anyone would not be tolerated now but Hitler somehow made a vast section of Germany support him. Why did Adolf Hitler and the Nazis do this, well we just don't know the full story. ...read more.


Jewish establishments were destroyed and some shops were taken over and there assets taken. The first time this happened in the early days of the Nazi's control. Just a few days after 1933. 5 days after the Nazi's came to power. In 1936 there was a sharp decline in the persecution of the Jews. The reason was that the Olympics was coming to Germany more importantly Berlin the Capital of Germany. Hitler and the Nazi's were on the centre stage. And to Hitler what other well known leaders thought of him. The posters of Anti Semitic design were taken down especially were other journalists could not see them. The S.S even put back into one peace the shops that they had damaged. After the Olympics everything had gone well for Adolf Hitler and the parties eyes. It was considered a great success all the major powers that attended were impressed. ...read more.


The Propaganda Minister Dr Joseph Goebbels had carefully with other Nazi Leaders organised the Rally's and the trouble that happened he thought in would strengthen Hitler's power. In that Knight over 1000 synagogues were burnt, 7000 Jewish shops were looted and trashed. 20,000 Jewish people were carted off to concentration camps the morning after the Incident. The whole affair was to give Hitler a reason for him to send lots of Jews to prison and to Concentration camps. Propaganda also played a huge part in the control of the of Germany. For example if you were born in 1930 you would not understand anything until 1933 by then the Nazis were in control and one thing Hitler understood was that in order to keep the support of the populous the first thing you must do in get children interested in your party and get them to support it. Children of Jewish origin were at first just treated badly but gradually the Jewish children were separated from the other children but then the children were sent to substandard schools. ...read more.

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