Adolf Hitler's war with the Jews now stepped up in pace.
Whereas before, anti-Semitic rhetoric helped the Nazis get
elected, now they had the power to put some of their ideas into
action. In April 1933, Jews were banished from government
jobs, a quota was established banning Jews from university,
and a boycott of Jewish shops enacted.
In 1935, the infamous Nuremberg Laws were passed. These classed Jews as German "subjects" instead of citizens. Intermarriage was outlawed, more professions were closed to Jews, shops displayed signs reading, "No Jews Allowed." Harassment was common.