A Hebrew translation of the Nuremberg Laws

A Hebrew translation of the Nuremberg Laws; Wikimedia Commons

Nazi Germany enacted >2,000 anti-Jewish measures

1933

The Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service legalized firing “non-Aryan” government employees

Most “non-Aryan” students were barred from attending German schools and forbidden to take final state exams for many occupations

1935

The Nuremberg Race Laws stripped Jews of their citizenship and denied the right to vote

The Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor prohibited marriage and sexual contact between Germans and Jews

1936-1938

A series of anti-Jewish laws, culminating in the November 1938 pogrom known as Kristalnacht, restricted Jews from the German economy and legalized the confiscation of Jewish property

The Central Office for Jewish Emigration, under the direction of Otto Adolf Eichmann , empowered the SS  (Schutzstaffel)  to make all decisions regarding the fate of Jews

1939

With outbreak of WWII, anti-Jewish laws of variable intensity were enacted in occupied territories