15 September 1935
15 September: Proclamation of the Nuremberg Laws (‘Nürnberger Gesetze’) at the Nazi Party Rally (‘Reichsparteitag’)
Two years after seizing power, the Führer state is established and all democratic opposition is eliminated. The Nuremberg Laws are adopted at the Nazi Party Rally in Nuremberg. The laws discriminate against Jewish citizens and exclude them from public life in the Reich. In the future, for example, marriages or sexual relations between Jewish and non-Jewish citizens are forbidden. The Nuremberg Laws later form the foundation of the continued persecution of European Jews.