July 10, 2020
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⟶ Updated 21 Nov 2017 ⟶
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22 Sep 2017
To Drop or Not to Drop: Truman and the Atomic Bomb
Daylong boycott of Jewish stores.
Prevented practice of Religious Customs.
Jews had their citezenship stripped.
Jews could no longer vote.
The Nazis boycotted all of the Jewish businesses.
Signs that said "Jews Not Welcome" were put up.
Jews were not allowed to be in the Olympics.
Jews had to carry ID and have their passports stamped J.
Jewish children went to seperate schools.
Jews could not longer to to the theatre or concerts.
They could not have driver's licenses.
They had to give precious metals, jewelery, and stocks to the government.
The "Night of Broken Glass" was ordered, which caused mass destruction of property and a massacre.
Jews were beaten, more than 1000 synagogues were burned, looting, and shattering of Jewish stores windows. More than 90 Jews died. 7,500 businesses were destroyed.
The government blamed the Jews for the attack.
30,000 Jews were arrested and sent to camps.
The Nazis fined the Jews 1 billion reichsmarks for the death of the diplomat.
Insurance money was confiscated.
Jews were forced to wear yellow Stars of David.
Jews could not use public telephones or own radios. They were subject to rigid curfews.
Jews went under house arrest.
Jews could not own bikes, pets, typewriters, or buy meat, eggs, or milk.
Jews were deported to Poland and herded into ghettos.
Hitler murdered 6 million Jews in concentration camps.
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