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1

What was the first wave of repression against the jews?

•1935
• April - national boycott of jewish business
• April - quotas on number of jewish students introduced

2

What was the second wave of repression against the jews?

•1935
• Nuremburg Laws: laws protecting german blood and limiting of citizenship to those only with german blood

3

What was the third wave of repression against the jews? [6 points]

•1938
• Law making jews have to carry identity cards
• jewish passports invalidated
• jewish doctors lost license to practice
• berlin police release 76 point list on how to harrass jews without breaking the law
•Kristallnacht

4

How were gypsies repressed?

• Nuremburg laws extended ban on interracial marriages
• interior minister identifies gypsies as one of the group's that might endanger the german race

5

How were black and mixed race people repressed?

•campaign against the rhineland bastards
•1937 gestapo commission sterilised 500 children- some only 11.

6

Give examples of 'asocials'

People with disabilities
Mental illnesses
Homeless
Drug takers
Prostitutes
Women with lots of sexual partners
Petty criminals
Gay people
Foreign migrant labour

7

Who did the nazis regard to be 'community aliens'? [3 points]

1) political opponents
2) jews, gypsies, black people
3) asocials

8

Outline measures that were taken against asocials [3 points]

•320,000 women sterilised
•2000 men castrated (habitual criminals)
•10,000 asocials sent to camps

9

How were gay people repressed?

• special department set up in gestapo to fight homosexuality
• gay people put on a register
• homosexual crimes convictions went from 948 in 1934 to 8562 in 1938.