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25 December, 16:49

The 1935 Nuremberg Laws impacted Jewish people in Germany by

permitting Jewish people to holding government jobs.

prohibiting Jewish people from marrying non-Jewish Germans.

permitting Jewish doctors to treating Jewish people.

prohibiting Jewish people from forming Jewish-only schools.

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  1. 25 December, 17:16
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    The answer I found was

    B. prohibiting Jewish people from marrying non-Jewish Germans.
  2. 25 December, 18:16
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    The 1935 Nuremberg Laws impacted Jewish people in Germany by prohibiting Jewish people from marrying non-Jewish Germans.

    Explanation:

    The Nuremberg Laws were a series of laws of racist and anti-Semitic character in Nazi Germany adopted unanimously on September 15, 1935 during the seventh annual Congress of the Nazi Party.

    The Nuremberg Laws were drafted by the jurist and politician Wilhelm Frick in his position as Minister of the Interior of the Reich (1933-1943), under the consent of Adolf Hitler and Julius Streicher as co-author. Frick was a recognized anti-Semite and drafted these laws that prevented the Jewish group from becoming racially related to the German people, by prohibiting and typifying German-Jewish marriages. These racial laws were the beginning of discrimination and persecution of the Jewish collective in Germany.
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