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Correspondence between the Holy
cated or suppressed. (USA 569)...
Fulda Declaration of 28 March
136 Law concerning procedure for decisions in legal affairs of the Protestant Church, 26 June 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 774....
VI 143 First Ordinance for Execution of Law concerning procedure for decisions in legal affairs of the Protestant Church, 3 July 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 851... VI 144 Law for Safeguarding of German Protestant Church, 24 September 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1178.....
VI, 145 Fifth Decree for execution of law for safeguarding of the German Protestant Church, 2 December 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1370...
VI 146 Fifteenth decree for the Execution of law for Security of German Protestant Church, 25 June 1937. 1937 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 697........
VI 147 Decree to unite the competences of Reich and Prussia in Church Affairs, 16 July 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1029... VI 168 Decree concerning organization and administration of Eastern Territories, 8 October 1939. 1939 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 2042.. VI 244
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Decree concerning the Adminis-
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Letter to Reich Leader SS, 30 July
7. ADOPTION AND PUBLICATION OF THE PROGRAM FOR
PERSECUTION OF JEWS
A. The official program of the NSDAP, proclaimed 24 February 1920 by Adolf Hitler at a public gathering in Munich.
Point 4: "None but members of the nation (Volksgenosse)
may be citizens. None but those of German blood, whatever their creed, may be members of the nation. No Jew,
therefore, may be a member of the nation." Point 5: “Anyone who is not a citizen may live in Germany
only as a guest and must be regarded as being subject to
legislation for foreigners." Point 6: “The right to determine matters concerning gov
ernment and legislation is to be enjoyed by the citizen alone. We demand therefore that all appointments to pub
lic office, of whatever kind, whether in the Reich, Land, or
municipality, be filled only by citizens. Point 7: "We demand that the state make it its first duty to
promote the industry and livelihood of citizens. If it is not possible to nourish the entire population of the State, the members of foreign nations (non-citizens) are to be
expelled from the Reich." Point 8: “Any further immigration of non-Germans is to
be prevented. We demand that all non-Germans who entered Germany subsequent to 2 August 1914, shall be
forced immediately to leave the Reich."
ical lies and their dissemination through the press. In
published in the German language be members of
the nation. (b) non-German newspapers be requested to have ex
press permission of the State to be published. They
may not be printed in the German language. (c) non-Germans be prohibited by law from financial
participation in or influence on German newspapers, and that as penalty for contravention of the law such newspapers be suppressed and all nonGermans participating in it expelled from the Reich.
B. Development of ideological basis for anti-Semitic measures.
Among the innumerable statements made by the leaders of the NSDAP are the following:
Rosenberg advocated in 1920 the adoption of the following program concerning the Jews : “(1) The Jews are to be recognized as a (separate) nation
living in Germany, irrespective of the religion they
belong to. (2) A Jew is he whose parents on either side are nationally
Jews. Anyone who has a Jewish husband or wife is
henceforth a Jew. (3) Jews have no right to speak and write on or be active
in German politics. (4) Jews have no right to hold public offices, or to serve in
the Army either as soldiers or as officers. However, their contribution of work may be considered.