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

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Question 1 Describe how Jews were discriminated against in Germany from 1933 to 1939? Jews were discriminated against in Germany from 1933 to 1939 in varies ways. The Nuremberg law and the Kristallnacht were some of the ways Jews were discriminated. This happened because Hitler had an anti-Semitic view. He believed that all Jews were worthless and an enemy because they killed Jesus. The four most important ways in which Jews were discriminate are as follow. The first way Jews were discriminated against started when the Nazis came into power. This was propaganda; it played a huge roll in the way people thought about Jews. ...read more.

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This had some effect on the Jewish business, however, the boycott only went for one day. Discrimination against the Jewish religion was shown by the banning of kosher meat. Leading on from this, 20,000 books with Jewish or anti-Nazi ideas were banned and burnt. Jews were banned from working in public services; they no longer had the opportunity to get jobs with high status like teachers or lawyers. All of these decrees meant that Jews were unable to have an influence on Germany. This showed a significant amount of discrimination against Jews, but not alarming. The Nuremberg law allowed legal discrimination against Jews. It made Jews no longer a citizen of Germany, they were unable to work in any public offices, this meant that some Jews lost their jobs and some businesses were closed down. ...read more.

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This was an attempt to destroy/ wipe-out Jewish places of worship and their property and business. It was an anti-Jewish riot which caused maximum damage and destruction to Jews, it was extremely violent and many Jews were injured and killed. The police and fire brigade were making no attempt on helping them; this showed persisting discrimination toward the Jews which was reaching climax levels. Overall, discrimination against Jews increased from the 1933's to 1939. The main way in which they were discriminated was the Nuremberg law. This is because it made it impossible for Jew's to have class or power as they were unable to vote and unable to work in high ranked places. It gave the Nazis justification to change the law and legally discriminate Jews. ?? ?? ?? ?? Shazidur Rahman 10/A ...read more.

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