What stars were Jews required to wear?
It was a six pointed star, often called the Star of David,* in the Nazi period it was required to be yellow in color.
* The term Star of David is more commonly applied to a different symbol, of which you may see a version on the Israeli flag, a six-pointed star consisting to two overlapping triangle outlines. The yellow star that Jews under the NAZI regime were compelled to wear on their clothes was a filled-in yellow six-pointed star quite different from the magen David.
Jews were required to wear the star of David so they know who were Jews or not and so they can't run and the Nazis know who they where Answer 2 Strictly speaking, they weren't. The Star of David or Magen David is a symbol consisting of two superimposed triangular outlines. The yellow star that Jews have sometimes been required to wear as a distinguishing mark was a solid filled-in six-pointed star. They were required…