Chart with the title "Die Nürnberger Gesetze" [Nuremberg Race Laws]

Chart with the title "Die Nürnberger Gesetze" [Nuremberg Race Laws]. In the fall of 1935, German Jews lost their citizenship according to the definitions posed in these new regulations. Only "full" Germans were entitled to the full protection of the law. This chart was used to aid Germans in understanding the laws. White circles represent "Aryan" Germans, black circles represent Jews, and partially shaded circles represent “mixed raced” individuals. The chart has columns explaining the "Deutschbluetiger" [German-bloods], "Mischling 2. Grades" [Half-breeds 2. Grade], "Mischling 1. Grades" [Half-breeds 1. Grade], and "Jude" [Jew].

What government officials, lawyers, and other professionals were involved in the development, distribution, and implementation of these measures?


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Chart with the title: "Die Nürnberger Gesetze." [Nuremberg Race Laws]. [LCID: n13862]

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