Hitler's Restriction 1933-1939 By richardissk Mar 1, 1933 Jewish Lawyers Jewish lawyers to work as lawyers in Berlin. Apr 1, 1933 Jewish Teachers Jewish teachers were banned from teaching in state schools. Mar 1, 1935 Jewish Musicians Jewish musicians were not allowed to worki in state orchestras. Apr 1, 1935 Segregation Jews were only allowed to sit on benches marked 'For Jews'. Sep 1, 1935 Nuremberg Laws All Jews had their German citizenship removed. Jan 1, 1936 Property taken away Jews had to hand over electrical and optical equipment, bicycles, typewriters and records. Aug 1, 1936 Anti-Jewish Posters Anti-Jewish posters were temporarily removed during the Olympic Games which took place in Berlin. Oct 1, 1936 Conversion Even if Jews converted to Christianity and were baptised, they were still to be classed as members of the Jewish race. Jan 1, 1938 German Red Cross Jews were forbidden to become members of the German Red Cross. Jul 1, 1938 Jewish Doctors Jewish doctors were no longer allowed to work as doctors. Aug 1, 1938 Jewish names Male Jews were forced to add the name 'Israel amd female Jews the name 'Sara', to their first names. Nov 1, 1938 Jews Banned Jews were no longer allowed to run independent businesses as crafts people. They were also banned running a retail or wholesale business. Feb 1, 1939 Luxury goods Jews had to hand in jewellery, gold, silver, platnium and pearls to the police. Apr 1, 1939 Eviction Jews could be evicted from their homes without a reason given and without notice being served. Sep 1, 1939 Restrictions Jews were not allowed to leave their homes after 8:00pm in the winter or 9:00pm in the summer.