C1 Racist Ideology

The National Socialists introduced the Nuremberg Laws to prevent any dilution of the “Aryan” race - which they considered superior - with races that they judged inferior, such as Jews, Roma and Sinti, black people, Slavs and many others. The Nazis believed intellectual abilities, social behaviour and moral values were all inherited.

A poster created to illustrate the provisions of the Nuremberg Race Laws, probably for display in public offices after 1935.