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Nuremberg Laws Between Poles and Jews

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The Nuremberg laws will not be applied in relations between Jews and Poles in Nazi-annexed Poland, according to a Svenska Dagbladet report. The German authorities are quoted as stating that the legislation was introduced for protection of the German race only and that intercourse between Poles and Jews is not considered “racial disgrace” even if the Poles are German subjects.

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