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Nuremberg Laws

stripped Jews of citizenship and civil rights (1935). [Ger. Hist.: Wigoder, 458]
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I am suggesting that what Herman unmasks in English law and the normative, taxonomical legal structures of the Nuremberg Law regime share a common theme of factual, classificatory, and thence normative ambiguity common to the European and English legal traditions.
It is possible that strife and suspicion will lead to new aggressions and that the nations are not yet ready to receive and abide by the Nuremberg law.
There is the relationship with the faithful, courageous, and helpful Aryan maid, which continued even after the Nuremberg Law obliged the family to dismiss her.
There were already pressures on Jews to sell land, and the deal was done only months before a clause in a Nuremberg law was passed requiring the sale of Jewish property to non-Jews in all Nazi-occupied areas.
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.