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How did the Germans define who was Jewish?

How did the Germans define who was Jewish?

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On November 14, 1935, the Nazis issued the following definition of a Jew: Anyone with three Jewish grandparents; someone with two Jewish grandparents who belonged to the Jewish community on September 15, 1935, or joined thereafter; was married to a Jew or Jewess on September 15, 1935, or married one thereafter; was the offspring of a marriage or extramarital liaison with a Jew on or after September 15, 1935.

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If they had a bullet in them they were Jewish.

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dress, marriage customs and knowledge of the Torah are good place to start

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Jews lived in ghetto's and particular areas of town like minorities in america.

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By their last names and family relationships.

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Phillip you're full of shitt. A lot of pure Germans have brown eyes. In fact, those Germans with blue or green eyes are not Germans, they're Scandinavians.

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by physical appearance. Jews were brown eyed. Germans were blue eyed

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In Nazi Germany anyone who had any trace of Jewish ancestry was Jewish. If you had one single ancestor who was Jewish, then you were Jewish..

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