Persecution Of Jewish People

  • Germany Annexes Austria

    Germany Annexes Austria
    On March 11–13, 1938, German troops invaded Austria and incorporated Austria into the German Reich in what is known as the Anschluss. Jews living in Austria at this time were now under the same law as German jews.
  • Enabling Act

    Enabling Act
    Hitler could make anything a law without having to check with other people. This means that Hitler had the power. This was unfair for the jews because they didn’t get to have an opinion
  • Civil Service Law

    Civil Service Law
    The law removed Jews and political opponents of the Nazis from civil service positions including school, university and government jobs. This wasn’t fair to the jews because jews had to listen to what they said
  • Polish Jews Deported From Germany

    Polish Jews Deported From Germany
    Nazi Germany expelled about 17,000 jews from Germany in 1938. Polish jews were now deported and no longer allowed to live in Germany.
  • St. Louis Sails

    St. Louis Sails
    A ship carrying Jewish refugees set sail to the Americas to try to help the Jewish people, but they were denied entrance into the countries there, so had to return back to Europe. Other countries would not let jews in.
  • Jewish Name Law

    Jewish Name Law
    This law required that Jews that did not have Jewish first names to take the middle names Israel (For men) and Sara (For women).This wasn’t fair to jews because they had to change their name just because of a law.
  • Anti-Jewish Economy Law

    Anti-Jewish Economy Law
    The Law was that jews could not have businesses or engage in trade. This wasn’t fair because jews couldn’t make money or be social.
  • Jewish Badge Introduced in Germany

    Jewish Badge Introduced in Germany
    Jews were forced to wear the “Yellow Star of David” on all of their clothing to identify as a Jew. This isn’t fair because jews didn’t have a choice of clothing.
  • Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Begins

    Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Begins
    This is the day when jews living in the Warsaw ghetto started fihting againg the naszis. Even though they were able to fly for 2 days, the nazi army took over.
  • Italy Surrenders

    Italy Surrenders
    In September of 1943, After the allies invaded Sicily, the fascist Grand Council in Rome issued a vote of no confidence in Italian dictator Benito Mussolini’s leadership. Italy’s kind used the vote as an excuse to arrest Mussolini - And appoint a new prime minister. Germany overtook Italy and jews were affected by this.
  • Alessandra Bucci

    Alessandra Bucci
    Alessandra and her family were arrested and taken to a camp in Trieste, before they were deported to Auschwitz. She became a prisoner at just 5, 1944