German Supreme Court Bans Engagements Between Aryans and Jews Hot

German Supreme Court Bans Engagements Between Aryans and Jews

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In Karlsruhe, Germany, the Oberlandsgericht (Supreme Court) rules that the 1935 Nazi German marriage and citizenship laws don't just ban marriages between Aryans and Jews, but also engagements between Aryans and Jews.

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