Do all German citizens have the same rights?
Under the German constitution citizens have equal rights. These rights includes right to vote. Freedom of movement is also included in this rights.
Did most of the German leaders actively defend the civil rights of all German citizens in the 1930's and 1940s?
There is nothing wrong with making same sex marriage legal in a secular country. Non- religious governments must treat all citizens fairly. Marriage brings a collection of exclusive civil legal rights to the happy couple. Civil legal rights should be available to all citizens. There is nothing wrong with making same sex marriage legal in a secular country. Non- religious governments must treat all citizens fairly. Marriage brings a collection of exclusive civil legal rights…
No. Citizens on its own is not a possessive noun; it is a plural noun. To make it possessive, you can do either of the following: A citizen of a country has certain rigets, so they are the citizen's rights. All citizens of a country have certain rights, so because we are referring to the plural of citizens, it becomes citizens' rights.
Between 1812 and about 1870 all the German states admitted their Jewish inhabitants to citizenship. In 1871, when Germany became a nation-state, the Jewish citizens of the various German states also became German citizens. From 1933 on they were subject to discrimatory legislation. The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 reduced them to non-citizens ... After the defeat of Nazism they were again admitted to German citizenship.