Key Events for the Mistreatments of Jews 1933-45

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1933
Stemmed in 1933 - Jews were banned from traditional professions, as well as entering businesses or shops.
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1935 - Nuremberg Laws
Jews were banned from German Citizenship. Also, they were banned from marrying Aryans or any pure German.
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November 1938 - Kristallnacht
Nazis destroyed 7,500 Jewish shop windows, burned 400 synagogues and arrested 30,000 Jews and sent them to concentration camps. This was Kristallnacht (the Night of Broken Glass). The Jews were forced to pay for all the damage.
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1939 - Deportation of Jews
The first deportation of Jews into German-owned land in other countries and any that posed a threat were sent to concentration or death camps.
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1940 - **
The ** held mass shootings of Jews wherever and whenever possible. The bodies would be disposed of in mass graves.
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Jews were banned from German Citizenship. Also, they were banned from marrying Aryans or any pure German.

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1935 - Nuremberg Laws

Card 3

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Nazis destroyed 7,500 Jewish shop windows, burned 400 synagogues and arrested 30,000 Jews and sent them to concentration camps. This was Kristallnacht (the Night of Broken Glass). The Jews were forced to pay for all the damage.

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Card 4

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The first deportation of Jews into German-owned land in other countries and any that posed a threat were sent to concentration or death camps.

Back

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Card 5

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The ** held mass shootings of Jews wherever and whenever possible. The bodies would be disposed of in mass graves.

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