HIS1285ZimMidRev2

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Unformatted text preview: tright rejects the Treaty of Versailles. He turns himself into a champion of German rights and gains German sympathy. 3. Demands territory to feed people and settle the surplus population. He doesn’t only want to unite Germans, he wants to get more land as well. 4. Only members of the nation are citizens of state, therefore Jews may not be citizens. Major elements to the Nazi party are 1. Fuhrer Principle 2. Symbolism 3. terrorism 4. Anti Jewish Laws • 3 Stages 1. 1933 2. fall 1935 3. Nov 1938 (Kristallnacht) • Phase I Remove Jew from communites 1. call for economic boycott of Jewish 2. Law that Jews cannot be civil servants is the first legal definition of the Jews. Non Aryan = Jew. Also law that Jews cannot be part of the press, to keep their influence low. These laws are passed inconspicuously and are not yet publicly emphasized. They institute a quote for Jews in public universities. • Phase II Nuremberg Laws 1. Citizenship Law says Jews aren’t citizens 2. Law for Protection of Blood and Honor bans intermarriage and sexual relations between Germans and Jews 3. German Jewry is ostracized here • Phase III totally isolate German Jewry socially and economically 1. April 38 with draw public status of congregations Jews no longer have autonomy and are controlled by the state. 2. June 38 Jews must declare financial property 3. socially humiliate Jews by forcing them to change their names and creating separate benches, water fountains, etc just for Jews 4. October 30 must have J on passport 5. Kristallnacht afterwards cannot work for Aryans, racial segregation in schools, ghetto in Berlin. Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com HIS1285ZimMidRev2.pdf Page 3 of 5 HIS 1285 – The Holocaust Professor...
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