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Buy and Download Description The National Socialists consciously pushed the Jews' cultural segregation in their quest for a "pure German culture." While Jewish attendance at public artistic facilities and events was "only" banned in 1938, Jewish artists were driven from public cultural life soon after the seizure of power in 1933. On September 22, 1933, the Reich Chamber of Culture Law established chambers for all fields of culture. Henceforth, membership in one or more of these chambers would be the precondition for any future cultural activity. Although the law did not contain the so-called Aryan section until 1937, Jews were not permitted to join, and wherever Jews were still at work they were removed under government pressure. The Aryan section in the Reich Press Law of October 1933 amounted to an employment ban for Jewish journalists. The only exceptions were for those journalists working for the Jewish press. Many world-famous artists, actors, musicians, writers, and directors subsequently left Germany. But the majority stayed on. The National Socialists consciously pushed the Jews' cultural segregation in their quest for a "pure German culture." While Jewish attendance at public artistic facilities and events was "only" banned in 1938, Jewish artists were driven from publi
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