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Nazis Tighten Nuremberg Laws in Czech Protectorate

July 30, 1941
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“Half Jews” in the Czech Protectorate who hitherto enjoyed certain privileges denied to “full Jews” under the Nuremberg laws have had those privileges abolished in a new Nazi decree, the Praguer Neue Tag, reaching here today reports.

Henceforth citizens of the Protectorate who have two Jewish grandparents will be considered Jews. The decree is part of the law “to protect German blood and honor” in the Protectorate.

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