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18 th March 1933

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18 th March 1933

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  1. 18th March 1933 Jewish lawyers were forbidden to conduct legal affairs in Berlin

  2. 31st March 1933 • Jewish judges were • suspended from office

  3. 31st March 1933 • Jews could no longer • claim medical health • insurance

  4. 1st April 1933 • Jewish teachers • banned from teaching in • municipal (state) schools

  5. April 1933 • Aryan and • non-Aryan • children were forbidden • to play with each other

  6. 7th April 1933 • Jewish civil servants • were dismissed from • public office

  7. 25th April 1933 • Jews were excluded • from sport and • gymnastic clubs

  8. 28th June 1933 • Films were only • recognised as German if they were made by citizens of German descent

  9. 9th July 1933 Jews were excluded from the German Chess Federation

  10. 16th August 1933 • Jews were excluded from choirs

  11. 22nd August 1933 • Jews were not allowed • to use the • bathing beach

  12. 13th September 1933 • Genetics and ethnology • (the study of race) • were introduced in all schools as part of the examination syllabus

  13. March 1935 • Jewish writers were not allowed to engage in any other form of literary activity in Germany

  14. 31st March 1935 • Jewish musicians were not allowed to practise their profession

  15. April 1935 • Jews were only allowed • to sit on benches with • yellow marking

  16. April 1935 • Jewish art and antique dealers were prohibited • from practising their trade

  17. 10th July 1935 • Young Jews were not allowed to go on walks in groups of more than 20

  18. 15th September 1935 • ALL JEWS HAD THEIR GERMANCITIZENSHIP REMOVED • Marriage ceremonies and extra marital sex between Germans and Jews was punishable by imprisonment. • Marriages which had already taken place were declared invalid.

  19. 29th January 1936 • Jews had to hand over their electrical and optical equipment, bicycles, typewriters and records

  20. 3rd April 1936 • Jewish veterinary • surgeons were banned from practising their • profession

  21. 14th April 1936 • Journalists had to • establish their Aryan descent back to 1800 for both themselves and • their spouse

  22. August 1936 • Anti Jewish posters were temporarily • removed during the Olympic Games

  23. 15th April 1937 • Jews were forbidden to • obtain a doctorate

  24. 1st January 1938 • Jews were forbidden to • become members of the • German Red Cross

  25. 22nd March 1938 • Only Aryan Germans • could become allotment • holders

  26. 26th April 1938 • Jews had to disclose their financial circumstances so that their assets could be seized by the government

  27. 27th July 1938 • Jewish street names • were changed

  28. 25th July 1938 • Jewish doctors were not • allowed to practise any • more

  29. 31st July 1938 • Non Jews were forbidden to • leave anything in their wills • to Jews

  30. 17th August 1938 • Male Jews were forced to add the name “Israel”, • and female Jews the name “Sara” to their first names

  31. 5th October 1938 • Jewish passports had to • be stamped with a letter • ‘J”

  32. 5th October 1938 • Passports of Jews whose emigration was • undesirable were • confiscated

  33. 12th November 1938 • Jews were no longer allowed to conduct independent businesses as craftsmen

  34. 12th November 1938 • Jewish actors and • actresses were forbidden • to carry out their profession

  35. 12th November 1938 • Jews were banned from conducting a retail or • wholesale business

  36. 12th November 1938 • Jews were banned from • visiting cinemas, theatres, operas and concerts

  37. 12th November 1938 • Jews were no longer • allowed to buy • newspapers and • magazines

  38. 15th November 1938 • Jewish children were no • longer allowed to visit • state schools

  39. 3rd December 1938 • Jews were not allowed to • use open-air and indoor • swimming pools

  40. 3rd December 1938 • Jews had to hand over their • driving licenses and vehicle • permits

  41. 3rd December 1938 • Jews were banned from • certain districts in the • city of Berlin

  42. 21st December 1938 • Jewish women were no • longer able to practise • as midwives

  43. December 1938 • Jewish publishing • houses and bookshops • were closed down

  44. 16th January 1939 • Emigrants were not allowed to take jewellery • and valuables with them

  45. 17th January 1939 • Jewish dentists, • chemists and nurses • were forbidden to • practise

  46. 21st February 1939 • Jews had to hand over jewellery, gold, silver, • platinum and pearls

  47. 24th March 1939 • Jews had to clear up the ruins of their synagogues that had been attacked by the mobs and were forbidden to rebuild them

  48. 30th April 1939 • Jews could be evicted from their homes without a reason given and • without notice being served

  49. 1st September 1939 • Jews were no longer allowed to leave their homes after 8.00p.m • (or9.00 p.m in the summer)

  50. 23rd September 1939 • Jews had to hand over • their radio sets