Nuremberg Laws


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Nuremberg Laws

stripped Jews of citizenship and civil rights (1935). [Ger. Hist.: Wigoder, 458]
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As they concocted their own racial statutes-the Nuremberg Laws of 1935-they pored over US race law as a model.
As they concocted their own racial statutes -- the Nuremberg Laws of 1935 -- they pored over American race law as a model.
In Hitler's American Model, James Whitman argues that America served as the model for the Nazis' infamous Nuremberg Laws and more broadly for their racial policies.
Globke helped in preparing the anti-Semetic Nuremberg laws and the "Jewish code" which was implemented in Slovakia under the Nazis.
Seeing the birthright of hundreds of thousands of people being stripped away, I can't help but be reminded of the infamous 1935 Nuremberg laws that disenfranchised German Jews.
The Vichy regime did not wait too long before implementing the Nuremberg laws for the Jews of Algeria.
In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws deprived German Jews of their citizenship.
In a striking lack of solidarity, he even continued to collaborate with Richard Strauss, then the head of the Reichsmusikkammer, on the libretto for The Silent Woman well into 1935, after the Nuremberg Laws had banished the majority of his fellow Jewish artists from their crafts.
Since the Nuremberg Laws were passed, another Gypsy girl has gone too.
Authors discuss the progression from the conservative German judiciary and career opportunism to the anti-Semitic Nuremberg laws and bypass of the legal system altogether.
The 1935 Nuremberg Laws prohibited marriage and sexual relations between Jews and non-Jews; later laws forced couples to undergo medical examinations to ensure they were not violating the Nuremberg Laws.
What emerges from Herman's thoughtful, contextualized situating of English law and its confrontations with Jews and Jewishness generally, and from her demolition of the reasoning in the JFS case in particular, are clear conceptual similarities, continuities, and connections between Nazi legal practice under the Nuremberg laws and the categorical confusions of English law.