Here are some quotes from the text you can read completely in the following links in various forms for:German Law and Legislation by Doctor Erich Schinnerer
of the University of Berlin, 1938 published by Terramare Office and describes the development of laws, the legal system, administration of justice, and effects on lifestyle due to those in the Third Reich (National Socialist Germany).Quotes:
“Furthermore, a large class of aliens, namely Jews, had migrated to Germany from the East, especially during the War (WWI), and had gained a decisive influence in politics, law, the learned professions, education and in control of the cultural organizations. Although the Jews represented only one percent of the whole population, they had secured a footing in nearly all the key positions in public life.”
“One special factor that played a large part in bringing about an estrangement between the laws and the natural legal instincts of the people was the dominant position which the Jews acquired in the legal profession. In Berlin alone 1835 or 54% of the lawyers practicing in 1932 were of Jewish extraction. In interpreting and applying the German law they were guided by the legal ideas of their own race. The difference between the Jewish and German ideas of law is indicated by the fact that up to the nineteenth century the Jews received special treatment in the courts in view of their different notion of what was legally right and wrong. Special forms of oath were drawn up for them and they could not be punished for receiving stolen goods. The Law of September 15, 1935 put a stop to the further predominance of the Jews; but there are still many Jewish lawyers in Berlin. Out of the total of number of lawyers 943 or 32.6% were Jews in 1937.”Text Link 1 (Click on other link below for other easier readable versions.): http://www.archive.org/stream/GermanLawAndLegislat... Above e-book Download Links: http://ebookbrowse.com/german-law-and-legislation-... More Free PDF Pro-White Downloadable Books & Publications plus main site Link: http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pdf_books_top_list.ht... Nuremberg Laws:
People defined as Jews could then be barred from employment as lawyers, doctors or journalists. Jews were prohibited from using state hospitals and could not be educated by the state past the age of 14. Public parks, libraries and beaches were closed to Jews. War memorials were to have Jewish names expunged. Even the lottery could not award winnings to Jews. With the so-called Namensänderungsverordnung ("Regulation of Name Changes") of 17 August 1938, Jews with first names of non-Jewish origin were required to adopt a middle name: "Sara" for women and "Israel" for men. At the instigation of Swiss immigration official Heinrich Rothmund, passports of German Jews were required to have a large "J" stamped on them and could be used to leave Germany—but not to return. German issued Passport of Betty Löwenstein allowing her to leave Nazi Germany but not to return. Her middle name was not really Sara: the Nazis gave all Jewish women the middle name "Sara": http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4d/Germ... Administrative regions of the Greater Germanic Reich in 1944 (click on picture in link to enlarge detail in regions): http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/83...