Nederlands Woordenlijst

Anti-Jewish measures

Starting in the autumn of 1940 many anti-Jewish measures were taken at a fast pace. Jewish civil servants were suspended and dismissed. Jews were no longer permitted to enter parks or other public places; they were not permitted to the livestock market; they had to give up their radios and bicycles; the letter J was stamped in their identity cards; they had to wear a yellow Star of David; Jewish children had to attend special schools for Jews; Jews were no longer permitted to have their own business or capital, etc.
The purpose of these measures was to isolate the Jews and to make it easy to identify them.

 

 

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Amersfoort
Anschluss
Anti-Jewish measures
Anti-Semitism
Apeldoornse Bos
April-may strike
Arbeitseinsatz
Aryan
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Assimilation
Aus der Fünten
Auschwitz-Birkenau
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