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Sept. 15, 1935 Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws Strip German Jews Of Citizenship

 Nazi’s Nuremberg Laws Strip German Jews Of Citizenship

Sept. 15, 1935

The Reichstag has unanimously enacted the following law, which is promul­gated herewith:


  1. A subject of the State is a person who enjoys the protection of the German Reich and who in consequence has specified obligations towards it.
  2. The status of subject of the State is acquired in accordance with the provisions of the Reich and State Citizenship Law.


  1. A Reich citizen is a subject of the State who is of German or related blood, who proves by his conduct that he is willing and fit faithfully to serve the German people and Reich.
  2. Reich citizenship is acquired through the granting of a Reich Citi­zenship Certificate.
  3. The Reich citizen is the sole bearer of full political rights in accor­dance with the Law.


The Reich Minister of the Interior, in coordination with the Deputy of the Fuhrer, will issue the Legal and Administrative orders required to implement and complete this Law.

Nuremberg, September 15, 1935

at the Reich Party Congress of Freedom


 The Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor

                                                         Adolf Hitler

                                The Reich Minister of the Interior


Source: Critical Documents of Jewish History, a Sourcebook. Ronald H. Isaacs and Kerry M. Olitzky. Jason Aronson Inc. Northvale, NJ. pp. 36-37

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