This chart was designed to help Germans determine their racial status as outlined by the 1935 Nuremberg Laws.
Samples of the Nuremberg Race Laws: the Reich Citizenship Law and the Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor. Germany, September 15, 1935.
Nuremberg in August 1945, showing the effects of Allied bombing during World War II. The first Nuremberg trial began in this city three months later.
Justice Robert Jackson delivers his opening speech at the International Military Tribunal after World War II and the Holocaust, in December 1945.
Julius Streicher, publisher of Der Stürmer, an antisemitic newspaper, stands trial in Nuremberg on April 29, 1946.