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By 1938, Jews in Nazi Germany were not allowed to work in the government or

A. carry identification.

B. live near other Jews.

C. attend synagogues.

D. attend schools and colleges.

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  1. Kymorah
    D. Attend schools and colleges. An array of laws targeted against Jews were passed in Nazi Germany in the 1930s. Already in 1933, the Law against Overcrowding in Schools and Universities limited the number of Jewish students who could enroll. In 1936, the government banned all Jewish teachers from public schools. Then, in November, 1938, the Ministry of Education also banned all Jewish children from public schools. Measures such as these and other laws directed against Jewish persons were only the beginning of what would become the Holocaust - - the planned extermination of millions of Jewish persons and others unwanted in Nazi society.
  2. Kashtyn
    I believe that the answer would be D. Attend schools and colleges.
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