RGBL I 1935 S 1145-1-
The Nuremberg Race Laws of 1935 were a series of laws passed by the Nazi Party at its annual rally in Nuremberg in 1935. These laws codified a series of official discriminations against Germany's Jewish population. Most notably, the laws deprived Jewish Germans of citizenship and outlawed marriage or sexual congress between Jews and "Aryans." The laws also included provisions for determining a person's racial identity based on genealogy.

Nuremberg Race Laws in The War That Came EarlyEdit

After the Committee for the Salvation of the German Nation successfully ousted the Nazi Party from power in 1944, it quietly rolled back the Reich Citizenship Law of 15 September 1935, restoring citizenship to the country's Jews so long as they had not committed a crime in the interim.[1]


  1. Last Orders, pg. 381, pb.

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