What measures were taken against the Jews?

Can you give three reasons for long-standing anti-Semitism in Germany?
Long standing Christian prejudice on the grounds that they were "Christ-killers", many Jews were wealthy with a high-standing in society, people seek scapegoats during difficult ttimes and the Jews were an easy target
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When were the Nuremberg laws drafted? What did they entail?
September 1935, forbade Jewish-Aryan marriage and stripped Jews off German citizenship
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What anti-Semitic measures were taken between June and October in 1938?
Jewish lawyers and doctors forbidden from taking Aryan clients, Jews excluded from some businesses and forced to add Sarah or Israel to their names
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When was Kristallnacht? What does the work Kristallnacht mean?
November the 9th and 10th 1938, means 'Crystal Night' or 'The Night of Broken Glass'
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What were the consequences of Kristallnacht?
Jews banned from trades, shops, businesses, schools, universities, cinemas and sports facilities
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What was done with the Polish Jews following the 1939 invasion?
All Jews were placed into curfew, Polish Jews moved into curfew
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When was the decision taken to undertake the Final Solution?
July 1941, then finalised at the Wannsee conference in 1942
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What was the name of the law that forbade Jewish-Aryan intermarriage? When was it introduced?
The Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honour, September 1935 as part of the Nuremberg Laws
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Can you give three ways in which WW2 altered Nazi racial policy?
Deportation became impossible, far more Jews in German territory owing to conquest of Russia & Poland, international protest became irrelevant so more brutal policy became possible, war brutalised German society as with Aktion T4
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Who was Reynhard Heydrich?
The first organiser of concentration camps and the administrator of the final solution
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Why was Jewish persecution variable?
During the 1936 anti-Semitism was toned down to give a better impression, then as the war picked up German society became more brutal, and the chaos of war could be used to hide radicalising policy
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