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Persecution of the Jewish people
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Approximately 304,000 Jews, emigrated during the first six years of the Nazi dictatorship,
Only about 16 percent of Jewish breadwinners had steady employment
Thousands of Jews remained interned in concentration camps
The government imposed new restrictions on Jews remaining in Germany.
German authorities also demanded that Jews relinquish property “essential to the war effort”
German authorities implemented the last major deportations of German Jews
Ordinance removing Jews entirely from the protection of German law and placing them under
Jews from the Reich—albeit Jews from areas recently annexed by Germany
Gauleiter Josef Bürckel ordered the expulsion of nearly 7,000 Jews from Baden
Upon Hitler's authorization, German authorities began systematic deportations of Jews from Germany
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