What limitations did he Nazis place on the rights of Jews living in Germany?
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What limitations did the Nazis place on the rights of Jews living in Germany?
Asked in Germany in WW2, History of Judaism
How many Jews living in Germany in 1933 at the time of Nazi takeover?
The most accurate numbers are based on the German census in June 1933, six months after the Nazis took over at 505,000 Jews in Germany and the Saarland. It is estimated that in January 1933, the moment that the Nazis took over, that there were 523,000 Jews living in Germany and that the decrease is due to German Jewish emigration.
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2
What rights did the Jews have in Germany before the Nazis come to power?
From 1871-1933 German Jews had the same rights and duties as other Germans, though there was discrimination in some areas, especially employment. For example, until about 1908 it was almost impossible for a Jew to become an army officer in Germany. Foreign Jews resident in Germany had the same rights and duties as other foreigners.
Asked in World War 2, Holocaust, Germany in WW2
What is the main point of Germany charges 88-year-old in Nazi era murders?
All living Nazi criminals are to be tried and convicted if guilty even if they are 88 years old. This action shows the Nazis they cannot escape punishment and what they did was criminal. The trials also show the world that the current living Germans are determined never to condone what the Nazis did and that the "neo-Nazis" can forget trying to take over Germany again.