Nuremberg Laws

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1. People are imprisoned for marrying a person of their choosing if they are of the 'incorrect' race, men who marry people of a different race will also be punished. Takes away the rights of both parties in a negative manner.

2. Article 3 Only the Reich citizen, as bearer of full political rights, exercises the right to vote in political affairs or can hold public office . . .

2.1. Only full-blooded, Nazi citizens have the right to their own political vote and a job in a political career. Meaning that Nazis had full rights and access to freedom

3. Article 5 1. A Jew is anyone who is descended from at least three grandparents who are racially full Jews . . . 2. A Jew is also one who is descended from two full Jewish parents, if (a) he belonged to the Jewish religious community at the time this law was issued, or joined the community later, (b) he was married to a Jewish person, at the time the law was issued, or married one subsequently, (c) he is the offspring of a marriage with a Jew, in the sense of Section I, which was contracted after the Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor became effective, (d) he is the offspring of an extramarital relationship with a Jew, according to Section I, and will be born out of wedlock after July 31, 1936 . . .

3.1. States what enusres a person to be identified as a Jew, even marrying a Jewish individuals results in one also becoming Jewish, or if one is the offspring (even though it's not their fault).

4. Article 4 1. A Jew cannot be a citizen of the Reich. He has no right to vote in political affairs and he cannot occupy public office.

4.1. Takes away all political rights of a Jew, not allowed to be a member of Nazi Germany They can not have political career an cannot vote for their own leaders, benefiting Germans as their opinion is accounted for.

5. Article 1: Marriages between Jews and subjects of the state of German or related blood are forbidden. Marriages nevertheless concluded are invalid, even if concluded abroad to circumvent this law . .

5.1. This law restricts the people that Jewish people can choose to marry, but also German people who may wish to marry a Jewish person. Violation of human rights that negatively affect both parties.

6. Article 2 Extramarital relations between Jews and subjects of the state of German or related blood are forbidden.

6.1. Marriage between Germans and Jews are prohibited, further suppressing their rights and obligations. Also ensuring that full-blooded Germans will remain 'pure'.

7. Article 5 1. Any person who violates the prohibition under Article 1 will be punished with a prison sentence. 2. A male who violates the prohibition under Article 2 will be punished with a jail term or a prison sentence.1

8. Article 3 Jews may not employ in their households female subjects of the state of German or related blood who are under 45 years old.

8.1. Taking away Jewish rights to have German female servants in the household, implying that Jews should have no acess to luxury, and that it should be saved for full-blooded Germans

9. Article 4 1. Jews are forbidden to fly the Reich or national flag or display Reich colors. 2. They are, on the other hand, permitted to display the Jewish colors. The exercise of this right is pro- tected by the state.

9.1. Doesn't allow Jews to display the Nazi flag, but they can fly their own, possible used as a way of humiliation and persecution, seperating races.