Slovakian Government Issues Law Restricting Jews from Certain Occupations Hot

Slovakian Government Issues Law Restricting Jews from Certain Occupations

Deporting Jews from Slovakia to Auschwitz

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The Slovakian government issues new laws restricting Jewish participation in certain occupations.

According to the government, anyone who was an adherent of the Jewish religion before October 10, 1918, qualifies as a Jew today. Conversion from Judaism to Christianity is treated as meaningless.

 

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Slovakia's participation in the deportation of Slovak Jews to Auschwitz in WWII

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