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How Jews were discriminated against in germany between 1933 and 1939
Between 1933 and 1939 the first record of discrimination against Jews is in 1933. In April 1933 there was an official one-day boycott of Jewish shops, lawyers and doctors across the whole of Germany. This action was taken within a couple of days of Nazi power, many people even Jews didn't think that Nazis would act on their anti-Jewish ideas. Nazis continued to print the anti-Jewish propaganda in their newspaper Der Stürmer.
One Jewish lawyer was treated very badly in 1933 there is a report written by beate his daughter in Torn apart, "On 10th march 1933 my father went to police h…
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