Download Full Text (6.1 MB)
[Cover]: Typewritten page printed 207
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
German printed text from a law journal of the Reich Citizenship Law which had been passed in the Reichstag on September 15, 1935. This law was foundational for the Nazi persecution of the Jews, no longer considered German citizens but rather subjects of the state, stripped of their civil rights and professional employment. Under the “Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor,” the so-called “Blood Protection Law,” Jews were racially and socially isolated, prohibited from marrying or having sexual relations with non-Jews. Other laws followed, specifying professions, occupations, and educational opportunities from which Jews were expunged.
11 1/4 x 8"
Nuremberg Laws, Reich Citizenship Law
"Page from Printing of Reich Citizenship Law" (1937). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2021.1.7.