The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

In 1940, the Germans invade the Netherlands. What kind of discrimination do the Jews experience as a result?

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Hitler implemented anti-Jewish pogroms in all occupied countries. Among other notorious rules, Jews were not allowed to marry or work with non-Jews. They were forced to wear a yellow star in public, so they could be recognized by German police and non-Jews. They were segregated into their own schools, businesses, and neighborhoods, and they were banned from many professions and public facilities.