How did the nuremberg laws affect jews?

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    The Nuremberg Laws, enacted in August of 1935 stripped all Jews of German citiizenship.  It went on to ban marriage between Jews and non-Jews, and even went as far as to ban sexual relations between Jews and non-Jews.  The Nuremberg Laws made discrimination against Jews national policy, furthering the path towards the Holocaust and the eventual murder of 6 million Jews.

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