What was the purpose of Hitler's Nuremberg laws?

ThThese laws were passed on September 15, 1935 until 1938. The first was called The Reich Citizenship Law, which declared that Jews were no longer citizens in Germany. The second law was called The Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor, which did not allow inter-marriage between Jews and 'Aryans.'

Their main purpose was to allow for the legalized mistreatment of Jews on a systematically racial basis. Now the Jews themselves could be treated unequally because the laws assured that they were not citizens, so they had no authority.

This was part of Hitler's strategy to implement the Final Solution. As the Jews gradually became more isolated, the violence against them increased more and more, until this destruction became known as the Holocaust.