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The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum explains that the Nuremberg Laws restricted the rights of German Jews. These laws forbade Jews from displaying the German flag or its colors, from employing female Aryans below age 45 as domestic workers, and from having sexual relations with or marrying Aryans of


The Nuremberg Race Laws were laws passed by the Nazi regime in Germany that disenfranchised and deprived German Jews of rights. The laws, passed on Sept. 15, 1935, and announced at the annual Nazi party rally in Nuremberg, prevented anyone with Jewish heritage, regardless of whether the person pract


The United Nations Genocide Convention and The Geneva Convention on the Laws and Customs of War were formed as a result of the Nuremberg trials, explains The History Channel. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights also emerged as a result of the trials.


According to the Jewish Virtual Library, the Nuremberg trials resulted in 19 convictions of the 22 defendants on trial. Twelve received the death penalty, three received sentences of life imprisonment and the remaining four convictions resulted in sentences of 10 to 20 years. In addition, a 23rd def


The purpose of the Nuremburg trials, held in Nuremburg, Germany between 1945 and 1949, was to prosecute Nazi war criminals after World War II. The International Military Tribune that conducted the trails consisted of judges from each of the main Allied powers: the United States, Great Britain, Franc


Nuremberg first rose to prominence as the unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire, as the Imperial Diet and courts met at Nuremberg Castle to administer the bureaucracy of the empire. Later, the Nazi Party capitalized on the city's importance by holding extensive rallies there, and the city beca


The direct result of the Nuremberg Trials was the prosecution and sentencing of World War II Nazi officials for war crimes. Of the 24 Nazi defendants, 12 were given death sentences, three were sentenced to life imprisonment, four received prison sentences of varying lengths, three were acquitted and


On September 15, 1935, the Nazis announced two new laws that removed citizenship from Jews and forbade them from marrying or having sex with non-Jews. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain On September 15, 1935, the Nazi government passed two new raci


Nuremberg is the site of some seriously cool (and controversial) public art. Here are five of the best fountains and sculptures in this German city. Updated 06/10/19 Nuremberg (or Nürnberg in German) isn't all Christmas markets, grisly Nazi history, and little finger wieners. It is also the site of


Getting Around in Nuremberg, Germany Nuremberg in detail Nuremberg has ample bike lanes along busy roads and the Altstadt is pretty bike friendly. For bike hire, try the excellent Ride on a Rainbow. The best transport around the Altstadt is at the end of your legs. Timed tickets on the VGN bus, tram