Racial policy of Nazi Germany Essay | Student Essay

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The Nuremburg Laws

Summary: Describes how the Nuremberg Laws were part of Hilter's plan and how effective they were.
The Nuremberg Laws were the beginning of Hitler's master plan for the perfect race. They took away Jewish natural rights and citizenship. On January 30, 1933 Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany From there he put his plan into action. February 28th the government took away freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of press, and freedom of invasion of property. This lead to the Nuremberg Laws. The Nuremberg Laws formalized the unofficial and particular measures taken against Jews leading up to 1935. The leaders of the Nazi's constantly stressed the consistency of this legislation with their party program which demanded that Jews had their rights as citizens taken away.(The Nuremberg Laws, 1) The Nuremberg Laws were first declared at the annual Nazi rally held in Nuremburg in 1935. On September 15, 1935 the two laws proposed by the Nazis were passed.(Koeller, David W, 1) The first law was Reichsbergergestz (Law of Reich...

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