Nuremberg Laws and The treatment of Jews (1939)

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What year were the laws created?
1935
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What did the laws mean for the Jews?
Jews lost their citizenship and they could not marry or have sex with German citizens
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What was the SS' new job in 1939?
They now had the job of getting Jews out of Germany using forced emigration
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What did Jews have to hand over to the government?
They had to give over jewellery and gold
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What else happened to the Jews in 1939?
Jews were evicted out of their homes and forced to live in Ghettos
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What did the laws mean for the Jews?

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Jews lost their citizenship and they could not marry or have sex with German citizens

Card 3

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What was the SS' new job in 1939?

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Card 4

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What did Jews have to hand over to the government?

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Card 5

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What else happened to the Jews in 1939?

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