Chronology of Jewish Persecution: 1935
Defense Law: "Aryan heritage" as a pre- requisite for military duty. During the summer "Jews Not Wanted" posters start to appear on restaurants, shops, and on village entrance signs.
National Day of the NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party). Parliament passed, during a special session, the anti-Semitic "Nuremberg Laws," the "National Citizens Law," and the "Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor." These laws were the basis for the exclusion of Jews from all public business life and for the reclassification of the political rights of Jewish citizens.
First decree pertaining the "National Citizens Law": Jews denied voting rights and forbidden to hold public office. Discharge of all Jewish civil service employees, including World War I front- line veterans. Definition of "Jew."
First decree pertaining to the "Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor": Prohibition against the marriage of Jews to non-Jews. Work possibilities for Jews narrowed to just a few professions. Jewish children prohibited from using the same playgrounds as other children and from utilizing the same locker rooms.