Nuremberg Laws

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The Nazis convened a congress on September 10, 1935, in Nuremberg, Germany, with the main intent being to clarify the requirements of citizenship in the Third Reich. It defined the position of Jews, assured the purity of German blood, and it stated who could be a citizen in the Third Reich. These laws, along with the many auxiliary laws, are called the Nuremberg Laws.

These laws were strongly influenced by the Jim Crow laws and other laws that were passed by Democrat politicians.[1]
  1. Dinesh D'Souza. The big lie: Exposing the Nazi roots of the American left. Simon and Schuster, 2017.