The search came even before entering the ditch at the brick yards…you could never, ever forget it. They would first empty our bags completely, while comforting us with the thought that the Germans would take away the bags anyways…. They would take every penny, all the documents and pictures we had. In turn I replied that one never knew what life had in store for each of us…. It would be such a joy to see the faces of those brutes today, when I stand under the American flag and soak in the view of the Nazi troops surrendering their arms and the Hitler Youth brigade members giving themselves up en masse, while huge American tanks roar by, dwarfing whatever the Germans have. They would first empty our bags completely, while comforting us with the thought that the Germans would take away the bags anyways… Ukranian Jewish women made to strip,
Reich to Strip All Jews of Citizenship - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
All Jews in Germany will be deprived of their citizenship, according to a statement made yesterday by Wilhelm Frick, Minister of Interior, to representatives of the Nazi press. The Nachtausgabe, an evening paper published by the Hugenberg concern in Berlin, quotes Dr. In his statement, Dr. A decree forbidding Jews in Germany to display the national German flag was also issued by Minister Frick yesterday.
Gaza first appears in the Tanach as a Philistine city, the site of Samson's dramatic death. Jews finally conquered it in the Hasmonean era, and continued to live there. Gaza is within the boundaries of Shevet Yehuda in Biblical Israel see Genesis 15 , Joshua , Kings and Judges and therefore some have argued that there is a Halachic requirement to live in this land. The earliest settlement of the area is by Avraham and Yitzhak , both of whom lived in the Gerar area of Gaza. In the fourth century Gaza was the primary Jewish port of Israel for international trade and commerce.
Anti-Jewish legislation in pre-war Nazi Germany comprised several laws that segregated the Jews from German society and restricted Jewish people's political, legal and civil rights. Major legislative initiatives included a series of restrictive laws passed in , the Nuremberg Laws of , and a final wave of legislation preceding Germany's entry into World War II. The Enabling Act established the power of the Nazi Party to pass law by decree , bypassing the approval of parliament.