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National Archives puts Nazi papers signed by Hitler on rare public view

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The laws signed by Adolf Hitler taking away the citizenship of German Jews before the Holocaust were placed on rare public display yesterday at the National Archives. Still, Nazi actions against the Jews began before the laws were signed in 1935, with earlier policies barring Jews from certain jobs and occupations.

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Comment by Robert Bilyeu
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It would be interesting to know just what occupations they were barred from seeing that evidently the animosity of the German people against the Jewish people had grown immensely from the time after the failed revolution against the Czar in 1905 when Germany welcomed persecuted Jews from Russia.   I wonder if it could have had anything to do with their betrayal of Germany during WW I?  It is also interesting to note that after WW II, FDR and Winston Churchill ended up giving approximately half of Europe to Communist Russia (FDR's good friend Joe).   If a person can find it, "Major Jordan's Diaries"  is very interesting concerning the Lend Lease Act, as well as "Witness to History", by Michael Walsh.

Comment by Powell Gammill
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Oh, the irony ....

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