The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 (This Week in Jewish History) Dr. Henry Abramson

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The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 defined, for the purposes of the Nazi regime, exactly who was considered a Jew. This was an essential element in the unfolding of the Holocaust, as the Nuremberg Laws allowed the Nazis to first identify, then exclude, and finally attempt to eliminate Jews from German society. Part of the “This Week in Jewish History” series by Dr. Henry Abramson. More videos available at


  1. Paul says:

    Henry thanks I really enjoyed some of your videos that I watched thanks for the posting them they got me thinking in a positive way and helped me answer some questions. cheers

    1. Glad you enjoyed them, Paul!

  2. dear professor Abramson,

    thank you again, since I came across your website and videos,I have watched some and am enjoying it immensely.

    I visited in September as part of my trip to Bayern, the Reichsparteitagsgelände in Nuremberg. When I stood there next to the ruins of the huge grounds and ruins of the huge stadium, I could not think of anything else then the text of Vehi sheomdo lavosenu velonu etc.

    1. A most fitting meditation. Thank you!

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