1933The Boycott of Jewish Businessesisolated Jews both socially andeconomically in German society.
1935Nuremburg Laws were laws thatdeprived German Jews ofcitizenship, banned marriagebetween Jews & non-Jews, forcedidentification with arm-band – “Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor”
November 9-10, 1938• Kristallnacht: “The Night of Broken Glass” – pogrom against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria, carried out by SA stormtroopers and civilians. • German authorities looked on without intervening. The attacks left the streets covered with broken glass from the windows of Jewish-owned stores, buildings, and synagogues
Jewish Ghettos 1939• Jews forced to live in confined areas within cities. (Mainly Polish cities.) – Starvation – Disease from crowding – Cold
1942• Wannsee Conference – Nazi officials meet to discuss and plan the mass murder of the Jews.
“Jewish God is Money”
• “The Eternal or Wandering Jew”—1940. As part of its wartime attack on Jews, the Ministry of Propaganda used motion pictures as a medium for anti-Semitic messages.
“Behind the enemy powers: the Jew”— 1942
ExitDo you think the U.S. governmentwould send us messages about agroup of people like the Nazis did?Why or why not?