The Nuremberg Laws

By Liam Frain

Overview

A crucial part of Hitler's Final Solution was the multiple acts and laws that were directed mainly towards the Jewish community. An example of such laws are the Nuremberg Laws, which were instated on September 15, 1935. While there are articles regarding people with mental/physical disabilities, The Nuremberg Laws' more insidious intentions can be seen from the many articles detailing the ways that Nazi Germany was trying to weed out the Jews by revoking most of their rights, such as the right to vote, the marriage between a Jew and a German, being able to represent the Reich, etc. If someone were to break any of these laws, they would be given the most severe of punishments.
Nazi Germany - The Nuremberg Laws - Hitler and the Jews N03d
A more in-depth analysis of the Nuremberg Laws, with more context as to why they were enforced.