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Forside 1935 Chart to describe Nuremberg Laws of 15 September 1935 and the respective regulation of 14 November 1935. The "Nuremberg Laws" established a pseudo-scientific basis for racial identification. Only people with four non-Jewish German grandparents (four white circles in top row left) were of "German blood". A Jew was defined by the Nazis as someone who descended from three or four Jewish grandparents (black circles in top row right). In the middle stood people of "mixed blood" of the "first or second degree." A Jewish grandparent was defined as a person who was ever a member of a Jewish religious community. Also includes a list of allowed marriages ("Ehe gestattet") and forbidden marriages ("Ehe verboten"). 14 novembre 1935. Auteur: German Government ("Entwurf Willi Hackenberger", "Copyright by Reichsausschuß für Volksgesundheitsdienst", government agency apparently part of the Reichs- und Preußisches Ministerium des Innern). Public Domain.

Chart to describe Nuremberg Laws of 15 September 1935 and the respective regulation of 14 November 1935. The “Nuremberg Laws” established a pseudo-scientific basis for racial identification. Only people with four non-Jewish German grandparents (four white circles in top row left) were of “German blood”. A Jew was defined by the Nazis as someone who descended from three or four Jewish grandparents (black circles in top row right). In the middle stood people of “mixed blood” of the “first or second degree.” A Jewish grandparent was defined as a person who was ever a member of a Jewish religious community. Also includes a list of allowed marriages (“Ehe gestattet”) and forbidden marriages (“Ehe verboten”). 14 novembre 1935. Auteur: German Government (“Entwurf Willi Hackenberger”, “Copyright by Reichsausschuß für Volksgesundheitsdienst”, government agency apparently part of the Reichs- und Preußisches Ministerium des Innern). Public Domain.

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Chart to describe Nuremberg Laws of 15 September 1935 and the respective regulation of 14 November 1935. The “Nuremberg Laws” established a pseudo-scientific basis for racial identification. Only people with four non-Jewish German grandparents (four white circles in top row left) were of “German blood”. A Jew was defined by the Nazis as someone who descended from three or four Jewish grandparents (black circles in top row right). In the middle stood people of “mixed blood” of the “first or second degree.” A Jewish grandparent was defined as a person who was ever a member of a Jewish religious community. Also includes a list of allowed marriages (“Ehe gestattet”) and forbidden marriages (“Ehe verboten”). 14 novembre 1935. Auteur: German Government (“Entwurf Willi Hackenberger”, “Copyright by Reichsausschuß für Volksgesundheitsdienst”, government agency apparently part of the Reichs- und Preußisches Ministerium des Innern). Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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