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  1. Nazi Germany Late 1930s

  2. Nuremberg Laws 1933-End of WWIIGoal: Remove Jews from German Society • 1933-In new admissions, care is to be taken that the number of Reich Germans who, according to the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service of April 7, 1933, are of non-Aryan descent, out of the total attending each school and each faculty, does not exceed the proportion of non-Aryans within the Reich German population. • 1935-Marriages between Jews and citizens of German or kindred blood are forbidden. Marriages concluded in defiance of this law are void, even if, for the purpose of evading this law, they were concluded abroad. • 1935-"A Jew cannot be a Reich citizen. He is not entitled to the right to vote on political matters; he cannot hold public office...A Jew is anyone descended from at least three grandparents who are fully Jewish as regards race...Also deemed a Jew is a Jewish Mischlung subject who is descended from two fully Jewish grandparents

  3. Days that Shook the World Kristallnacht 1938 The event Outcome The role of the German people The role of the German government Importance: Turning Point

  4. Timeline A to B Camps, slaves, experiments and death WWII Begins=More Jews Night of Broken Glass Placed in Ghettos 1938 2nd Class Citizens Nuremberg Laws German Citizens 1933 to end of WWII 1933 Nazis gain power Pre 1933

  5. Ghetto Life

  6. WWII Begins

  7. Jews in Europe

  8. What to Consider • How will Germany deal with undesirables in occupied German territories? • Will German laws apply in occupied German territories?

  9. Timeline A to B Camps, slaves, experiments and death WWII Begins=More Jews Night of Broken Glass Placed in Ghettos 1938 2nd Class Citizens Nuremberg Laws German Citizens 1933 to end of WWII 1933 Nazis gain power Pre 1933

  10. Jews in Europe

  11. Homework • 1. Google Calvin College Nazi Propaganda • Design a brochure or pamphlet that describes the Nazi German culture that existed in Germany during the Third Reich • Options: Vacation brochure, movie theatre ad, advertisement for graves or anything else Quiz so Far How did the Nazis remove the Jews from German society?