Dbq Essay On Nazi Germany

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Nazi Germany most directly affected Jewish people however the regime left a lasting impact on all people. The Nazi party came into power in 1933, led by Adolf Hitler. Together, he and the party implemented laws and policies which affected the political, economic, and social life of all. Some benefited and some lost. In the beginning stages of the Nazi regime, the Nuremberg Laws were put into place. These laws included social and economic rules for those with a Jewish ancestry. Some of the social rules were the ID badges Jews had to wear (Doc. G), prohibition of relationships between Aryans and Jews (Doc. D), loss of access to public spaces (Doc. D), and the end of schooling for Jewish children (Doc. H). The worst of the economic laws happened

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