Racism and anti-Semitism

The gutted synagogue on Essenweinstrasse in Nuremberg after the night of November 9-10, 1938. Photo credit: Nuremberg Municipal Archives

Anti-Semitism and racism are routine, omnipresent features of the Third Reich. The "Nuremberg Laws" promulgated in the city in 1935 lend pseudo-legal form to the "terror of the streets." In point of fact, they are nothing but another step toward genocide.

Racism and anti-Semitism

The "Nuremberg Laws"

Note:
The texts we link to here are from the "Fascination and Terror" exhibition at the Documentation Center.