Emigrating German Jews Forbidden to Take Their Valuables

Emigrating German Jews Forbidden to Take Their Valuables

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Jews emigrating from Germany are forbidden from taking jewelry and valuable items with them. All they are allowed to have is a single piece of dining silver each, wedding rings, and a watch worth no more than 100 Reichsmarks.

A major goal of the Nazi regime is to deprive Jews of their property; it has long been a core feature of anti-Semitism that Jews' property has been stolen from Christians and therefore they deserve to have it stolen back.

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