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Why the Nazis studied American race laws for inspiration
WORLDCULTUREPOLITICS

Why the Nazis studied American race laws for inspiration

Published: February 19, 2017  |  5 min read, 1082 words
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On 5 June 1934, about a year and half after Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of the Reich, the leading lawyers of Nazi Germany gathered at a meeting to plan what would become the Nuremberg Laws, the centrepiece anti-Jewish legislation of the Nazi race regime. The meeting was an important one, and a stenographer was present to take down a verbatim transcript, to be preserved by the ever-diligent Nazi bureaucracy as a record of a crucial moment in the creation of the new race regime. That transcript reveals a startling fact: the meeting involved lengthy discussions of the law of the United... READ MORE
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