How Jews were discriminated against in Germany from 1933 to 1939

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When the Nazi party came to power in 1933 Hitler's restrictions against the Jews commenced and by the year 1939 the discriminations finally led on to The Final Solution.

Hitler wanted to control Europe and to make the people he conquered be the slaves of the "master" German race. Which was to introduce the perfect race of people to be blonde haired, blue eyed with perfect shape heads and noses. In his quest to achieve this he started to eliminate the whole Jewish race by enforcing regulations to forbid them from leading any kind of life.

This began in April 1933 there was an official day of which the Jewish shops were boycotted. This action was taken within a couple of days of report which was written after the effects of 'the night of the broken glass' by the supreme court that had said 'the furher had decided that such actions were not to be prepared or organized by the party but neither should they be discouraged' This lead to the Jews paying for the damage that they didn't cause was a fine up to 1,000,000,000 Reich marks.

They also had to repair their own shops.

Therefore they lost the personal rights of insurance and protection of their personal property.

In conclusion the Jews couldn't do anything or they would be humiliated or their personal rights would be taken away. This meant that couldn't do anything normal people do.