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Hitler went on to occupy all of Czechoslovakia. And World War II began about one year
after its signing.
10) Law Regarding Changes of Family Names:
August 17th, 1938.
forbidden to take 'Aryan' names. All Jewish men had to take the name of Israel to their
own names. All Jewish women had to take the name of Sarah to their own names. Jews
were forced to wear Star-of-David armbands/ badges. This is significant because this
began to label Jews and now the this began to label Jews and now the Germans could
know who was a Jew and who not.
11) Decree for the Elimination of the Jews from German Economic Life: The
stated that Jews were forbidden to own stores or offer any good or service for sale or to
advertise at any markets or exhibits. The law further stated that no Jew can be the head of
an enterprise, and if he is in an executive position at an enterprise than he may be given
notice to leave within six weeks, and no Jew can be a member of a cooperative. This law
was significant not only because it hurt the Jews economically, but this law also made
sure that no Jews would be in any sort of powerful position that might stand in the w...
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