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What I find the most disturbing is that marrige is forbidden between Jews and subjects.

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What do you find disturbing about the Nuremberg law?

What I find the most disturbing is that marrige is forbidden between Jews and subjects.

What was the resistance to the law?

There was no 'Jewish resistance' to the Nuremberg Laws.

What has the author Robert Kurt Woetzel written?

Robert Kurt Woetzel has written: 'The Nuremberg trials in international law' 'The Nuremberg trials in international law, with a postlude onthe Eichmann case' -- subject(s): Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, 1945-1946

How would your lives be different now if another Nuremberg law was made?

Obviously it would depend on what the law was.

Is there a law in Tennessee against noisy neighbors?

There's a law against that everywhere, disturbing the peace

What is the law for disturbing the peace in Ireland?

It's called "breach of the peace"

How would your life and the lives of your friends family and neighbors be different if suddenly a law such as the Nuremberg Law were imposed on your culture?


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What was the significant about the tokyo and Nuremberg trial?

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What law took away Jewish freedom in Germany?

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Is it agains the law to use profanity?

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