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: Grenzfriedensbund (Hrsg.): Jüdisches Leben und die Novemberpogrome 1938 in Schleswig-Holstein, Flensburg 1988. xxl Foto Der 1. April 1933 in Kappeln an der Schlei.  Judenboykott auf dem Lande. Zwei SA-Angehörige stehen mit dem Transparent „Deutsche kauft nicht bei Juden“ vor dem Tabakwarenladen von Richard Eichwald. Der Jude ist Träger der „Eisernen Kreuze I. und II. Klasse“ für ganz besondere Tapferkeit im Ersten Weltkrieg.

: Grenzfriedensbund (Hrsg.): Jüdisches Leben und die Novemberpogrome 1938 in Schleswig-Holstein, Flensburg 1988. xxl Foto Der 1. April 1933 in Kappeln an der Schlei. Judenboykott auf dem Lande. Zwei SA-Angehörige stehen mit dem Transparent „Deutsche kauft nicht bei Juden“ vor dem Tabakwarenladen von Richard Eichwald. Der Jude ist Träger der „Eisernen Kreuze I. und II. Klasse“ für ganz besondere Tapferkeit im Ersten Weltkrieg.

Boykott jüdischer Geschäfte in Berlin 1933 Juden Hitler SZ Photo

Boykott jüdischer Geschäfte in Berlin 1933 Juden Hitler SZ Photo

Window of shop owned by Jewish merchant. Sign reading JUDEN GESCHAFT (Jewish owned business),  sign required to be displayed by Nazi laws. Location: Linz Oberdonan, Germany 1938 Life Images

Window of shop owned by Jewish merchant. Sign reading JUDEN GESCHAFT (Jewish owned business), sign required to be displayed by Nazi laws. Location: Linz Oberdonan, Germany 1938 Life Images

One photograph from an album of antisemitic signs in Germany. The sign (in German) read, "Wir Franken moegen die Juden nicht! D'rum: Habt uns ...gern--und bleibt uns fern! Au vai! Au vai!" [We Franks do not like Jews! Therefore, you're welcome to stay far away from us!] ANTISEMITISM - GERMANY 1933-45 -- Signs Segregating Jews

One photograph from an album of antisemitic signs in Germany. The sign (in German) read, "Wir Franken moegen die Juden nicht! D'rum: Habt uns ...gern--und bleibt uns fern! Au vai! Au vai!" [We Franks do not like Jews! Therefore, you're welcome to stay far away from us!] ANTISEMITISM - GERMANY 1933-45 -- Signs Segregating Jews

Reichminister Joseph Goebbels delivers a speech to a crowd in Berlin urging Germans to boycott Jewish-owned businesses. He defends the boycott as a legitimate response to the anti-German "atrocity propaganda" being spread abroad by "International Jewry." April 1, 1933.

Reichminister Joseph Goebbels delivers a speech to a crowd in Berlin urging Germans to boycott Jewish-owned businesses. He defends the boycott as a legitimate response to the anti-German "atrocity propaganda" being spread abroad by "International Jewry." April 1, 1933.

Sign outside a pub forbidding entry to Jews, Strasbourg, Alsace, 1940. Sign reads: "In our premises Jews unwanted! [This is a] Pure aryan establishment."

Sign outside a pub forbidding entry to Jews, Strasbourg, Alsace, 1940. Sign reads: "In our premises Jews unwanted! [This is a] Pure aryan establishment."

A sign outside a town in northern Bavaria warns: "City of Hersbruck. This lovely city of Hersbruck, this glorious spot of earth, was created only for Germans and not for Jews. Jews are therefore not welcome." Hersbruck, Germany, May 4, 1935.

A sign outside a town in northern Bavaria warns: "City of Hersbruck. This lovely city of Hersbruck, this glorious spot of earth, was created only for Germans and not for Jews. Jews are therefore not welcome." Hersbruck, Germany, May 4, 1935.

circa 1937: A banner reading 'Deutsche, kauft nicht beim Juden' ('Germans, do not buy from Jews') in front of the Fasanenstrasse Synagogue in Berlin, Germany. The synagogue was later burned by Nazis during the 'Kristallnacht' riots on November 9, 1938. (Photo by Anthony Potter Collection/Getty Images)

circa 1937: A banner reading 'Deutsche, kauft nicht beim Juden' ('Germans, do not buy from Jews') in front of the Fasanenstrasse Synagogue in Berlin, Germany. The synagogue was later burned by Nazis during the 'Kristallnacht' riots on November 9, 1938. (Photo by Anthony Potter Collection/Getty Images)

The Netherlands, Jewish woman with a bright Star of David with the inscription "Jood" ("Jew"), 1942.

The Netherlands, Jewish woman with a bright Star of David with the inscription "Jood" ("Jew"), 1942.

Bundesarchiv Bild 183-J02938, Berlin, Nähstube des BDM - Bund Deutscher Mädel – Wikipedia

Bundesarchiv Bild 183-J02938, Berlin, Nähstube des BDM - Bund Deutscher Mädel – Wikipedia