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When Hitler became chancellor in 1933 one of the first things he did - on the 1st April - was to launch, and support a boycott of Jewish businesses. This "launch" was carried out by the Brownshirts, co-ordinatied by Julius Striecher, under the name "Juden unerwunscht" (Jews not wanted). This "boycott" involved the Nazi party's Brownshirts physically blocking accessways to businesses, snashing shop windows and painting slogans on the shop fronts.
On the 7th April Hitler banned all persons of "non-arayan" descent from serving in Government or in legal practices, and placed restrictions on the numbers of jews allowed to attend schools and universities, and refused permission for jewish people to work in the health sector.
On 29th September 1933, Hitler forbade jews, from being involved in German culture by establishing the Reich Chambers of Culture, of which they were not allowed to attend.
Jews were also restricted, by law, from serving in the Military.
And that was 1933.
From '33 to 39 400 seperate anti-jewish laws were bought into force, the peak of which came by 1935. The "Nuremberg Laws" removed the right of free movement from jewish people, prevented them from marrying or even having sex with non-jewish people. The laws set out to decree who was and who wasn't a jew, and who was or was not of "Arayan descent" (this law didn't only affect jews, it affected people of Gypsy and Romany descent)
Between '37 and '38 the Nazis seized businesses and property, medical practices and shops from Jewish people.
In 1938 the Nazis's forceably deported over 17,000 Polish Jews across the border. In November that year the Brownshirts were out in force, burning down over 200 synagogues, smashing jewish homes and property (in some cases throwing the occupants bodily out of upstairs windows). Then Himmler rounded up nearly 30,000 jewish men and sent them to the Dachau Concentration Camp. In order to cover claims for "damages" carried out by the Brownshirts, Himmler also imposed a one billion mark fine collectively on remaining jewish population.
Originally posted by anubis9311 He took the quick way out and couldn't stand trial for his crimes.
Originally posted by azrael36
being a member of the rothschild bloodline that
they would just hang him out to dry?
Originally posted by azrael36
Hitler is one of the most detestable figures of the last century, no doubt about it. But there are reasons to believe that he was just playing the role that he was brought to power for. Yes, he like all the other major figure heads of gov't was little more than an NWO puppet. Wasn't hitler a Rothschild?
Originally posted by 12y12
Now I know what the Nazis did was stupid
Originally posted by neformore
Shaking hands with a black man doesn't mean someone isn't racist. It means he was a politician.