Archive/File: holocaust/germany/nuremberg nuremberg.002 Last-Modified: 1994/02/21 Date: Wed, 28 Oct 92 22:08 PST Message-Id: <9210290554.AA14794@cslab6e.cs.brown.edu> Comment: Holocaust Research Distribution List Originator: firstname.lastname@example.org Errors-To: email@example.com Reply-To:
Version: 5.5 -- Copyright (c) 1991/92, Anastasios Kotsikonas From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Danny Keren) To: Multiple recipients of list Subject: Re: Nuremberg Laws Status: RO Better later then never. Here are some of the Nurnberg laws, introduced in Nurnberg by Goering and Hitler. I think there was another, later, set of rules. The following were introduced and (unsurprisingly) immediately approved on 15 September 1935. 1) Only people of German blood or racially related blood can be German citizens. (Jews were reduced to "state members", unable to vote). 2) Jews are not allowed to wave the German flag. 3) Jews are forbidden to marry people of German blood or to have sex with them (I posted the transcript of a trial in which a Jew was sentenced to death for having sex with a German woman; same fate was in store for Polish slave labourers during the war). Also, German girls are not allowed to work as domestic servants in Jewish houses. By a "Jew" it was meant anyone who had even a single Jewish grandparent. If he would baptize it wouldn't help; the emphasis was definitly on race and not religion. In that, the Nazis "surpassed" classical antisemitism, which considered converted Jews to be equal to Christians. There were many other restrictions on Jews which pre-dated the "Final Solution". When I have time I'll look them up and post. -Danny. Date: Thu, 29 Oct 92 09:36 PST Message-Id: <9210291723.AA15219@cslab6e.cs.brown.edu> Comment: Holocaust Research Distribution List Originator: email@example.com Errors-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Reply-To: Version: 5.5 -- Copyright (c) 1991/92, Anastasios Kotsikonas From: email@example.com (Danny Keren) To: Multiple recipients of list Subject: Further 'Nurnberg Laws' Status: RO Here are some more laws posing restrictions on Jews. These came after the three Nurnberg laws from September 15 1935. Some of them are referred to as Nurnberg laws also. 1) Jews were removed from the education systems, meaning that Jewish children were not allowed to study in ordinary schools but in special "Jewish schools". Ditto for Jewish teachers - they could teach only at the Jewish schools. 2) October 29 1935: Jews are not allowed to work as pharmacists. 3) July 25 1938: Jews are not allowed to work as physicians. 4) Jews are removed from the association of art historians (Hitler considered himself a great artists/architect, and claimed that Jews never contributed anything to art, and that the Temple in Jerusalem was not built by Jews...). 5) September 27 1938: Jews are not allowed to work as lawyers. 6) May 4 1939: Jews are not allowed to rent property. 7) May 11 1939: Jews are not allowed to work in the travel agency business (maybe because that would enable more Jews to escape?). 8) In general, Jewish professors were kicked out of University positions, although I cannot find any specific law regarding this. For instance, the great philosopher Martin Buber was fired from his faculty position. This list is by no means comprehensive; there were numerous such laws. -Danny Keren.
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