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April 7, 1933 Jews Barred from Government Positions in Germany

Proclamation of Law Forbidding Jews from Working in Civil Service in Nazi GermanyOn April 7th, 1933, the Nazi law for the restoration of the professional civil service was passed, which restricted employment in the civil service to ‘Aryan.’ this meant that Jews could not serve as teachers, professors, judges, or other government positions. Jewish government workers, including teachers in public schools and universities, were fired. Doctors followed closely behind. Jews were barred from claiming any rights as war veterans (35,000 German Jews died in World War I).  A Jewish quota of 1% was introduced for the number of Jews allowed to attend universities.

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