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Germany Bans Jews from Travelling Abroad

Nazi boycott at a Jewish store

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Jews in Nazi Germany are denied the right to travel abroad for business reasons.

Travel for Jews is already tightly restricted, and Jews can't travel abroad without surrendering most if not all of their wealth.

This complete ban on business travel seems to be part of an effort to close a loophole that could have allowed Jews to escape Germany without handing over their savings to the Nazis.

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