International Aspects of German Racial Policies

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men are prohibited by law from practising as panel doctors and dentists, if even the few favoured and exempted persons must not be retained in "positions of trust," how can an "Aryan" come to such a person for private consultation? When "non‐ Aryan" lawyers and educators are ostracized, a war veteran cannot flaunt his war record before every client or pupil. If "non-Aryan" business men and labourers are denied all contact with public institutions, pure "Aryans" cannot fail to boycott their shops and avoid all intercourse with them. In short, we must examine the court decisions, the application of the laws by local officials and the activities of the National Socialist Party and its affiliates to obtain a true picture of the present status of "non-Aryans" in Germany.


NOTES
I.
Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, p.I75.
2.
See, for example, Preussische Gesetzsammlung, I933), p.2O9 §3; Reicksgesetzblatt, I933), I, pp.257 §2, I88 §3, 222 §I, 5I8.
3.
See Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, pp.I95, 245.
4.
Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, pp.54I §27, 7I3 §5(7). See also pp.483 §3, 797 §IO.
5.
Estimates of the number of "non-Aryans" vary from two hundred thousand to several millions. For a careful analysis of this question, see Wellisch, "Die Anzahl der Menschen Jüdischer Abstammung," Zeitschrift für Rassenkunde und ihre Nachbargebiete, Stuttgart, 1935), II, heft 2, pp. I98-2O3.
6.
Decree of April IIth, I933, Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, p.I95.
7.
Decree of September 28th, I933, Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, p.678.
8.
Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, p.685 §I3.
9.
Frankfurter Zeitung, April 26th, 1935).
IO.
The "Law on Citizenship and on the Protection of the Purity of German Blood" which was issued on November I5th, 1935), does not define the term "non-Aryan." Moreover, paragraph 6 specifically states that previous laws respecting the "purity of blood" remain in force. See Völkischer Beobachter, November I6th, 1935).
II.
See p.I5I.
I2.
Justizministerialblatt, 1935), I, p.I6O.
I3.
Decree of May 23rd, I933. Justizministerialblatt, p.I6O.
14.
Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, p.575. See also pp.I95, 222, 54I; Justizministerialblatt, I933), pp.I6O, I64; Deutsche Justiz, I933), p.729.
I5.
Law of April 7th, I933, Reichsgesetzblatt, I933), I, p.I75.

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