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  • Nuremberg Laws Are Instituted
  • Extended Nuremberg Laws
  • Night of the Long Knives
  • On September 15th 1935, At the annual party rally, the Nazis announced new laws that revoked Reich citizenship for Jews and prohibited Jews from marrying or having sexual relations with persons of "German or related blood." 
  • Rearmament 
  • The Nazis extended the Nuremberg Laws, as these laws institutionalizing Nazi racial theory came to be known, to include marriages between “Aryans” and other “racially inferior” groups and tried to separate them by requiring them to divorce their Jewish spouse but did not go through with the plan
  • Persecution
  • In Germany, Adolf Hitler orders a bloody purge of his own political party, assassinating hundreds of Nazis whom he believed had the potential to become political enemies in the future. 
  • Concentration Camps
  • Hitler achieved virtually full employment through rearmament, National Service and marginalising groups like the Jews. 
  • Nazi ideology centered on the belief that the Aryan race of northern Europe was superior to all others and that some races were sub-human. This persecution involved sterilisation, ‘euthanasia’, imprisonment in concentration camps and the loss of civil rights.
  • Hitler was racist and only the Aryan was pure in his eyes. He then sent many Jews or anyone who did not want to comply to the concentration camps and they were forced to work for Hitler as slaves.
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