Nazi Law Allows Officials to Remove Eastern European Jews From German Soil Hot

Nazi Law Allows Officials to Remove Eastern European Jews From German Soil

Humiliating Ostjuden

The Nazi government in Germany passes the Law on the Revocation of Naturalization and Deprivation of German Citizenship of Jews. This creates the legal justification for removing from German soil all of the Ostjuden or Eastern European Jews who had migrated to Germany since the end of World War I.

These Ostjuden are identified very closely with communism, socialism, and political subversion — even more so than Jews are generally.

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