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What did the Nuremberg Laws illustrate about the Nazi view of the Jewish people prior to the outbreak of World War II? Nazis thought the immigration of Jews to Germany would solve their economic challenges. Nazis felt actions of Jews should be monitored by forcing them work in government jobs. Nazis believed they should avoid confrontation with Jewish people at all cost. Nazi's blamed Jews for social, political, or economic conditions in Germany.
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anonymous
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The answer is D. You can confirm it here ---> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuremberg_Laws
anonymous
  • anonymous
In general, the period after World War II through the Modern Era has been characterized by decreased consumerism increased globalization increased isolationism decreased cultural diffusion

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