Supplemental Nuremberg Law Clarifies and Defines Who is a Jew

Supplemental Nuremberg Law Clarifies and Defines Who is a Jew

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A supplement to the Nuremberg Laws is published to clarify and define who is now considered a Jew. It decrees that anyone with at least three Jewish grandparents is deemed to be a Jew.

Half-Jews, those with two Jewish grandparents are to be counted as Jews only if they belong to the Jewish religion or are married to a Jew. Half-Jews and one-fourth Jews — those descended from one Jewish grandparent — who do not practice the Jewish faith are lumped together into a new "non-Aryan" racial category: the Mischlingen (mixed race).

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