The Judenstern arrives in Germany
15th September 1941: Victor Klemperer, in Dresden, anticipate the new law
From 19th September Jews in Germany and occupied countries were required to wear the Star of David in public.
For Jews living in Germany the Nazi racial laws had produced much hardship. Only a minority of Jews had been sent to concentration camps so far. But the overt violence that was so common in Poland and the 'East' was not a featu…
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