At first, Jews were no longer allowed to own businesses. They were fired from their jobs, not allowed to attend schools or universities. Then they were only allowed to leave their homes under certain circumstances. German officers often raided the homes of Jews and took whatever they wanted. Eventually, they were either forced into hiding or caught and put in Concentration Camps.
Througout the 1930s, the legal, economic, and social rights of Jews were steadily restricted. For the Nazis, Germany drew its strength for its "purity of blood" and its "rootedness in the sacred German earth." in 1933, a series of laws were passed to exclude Jews from key areas: The Civil Service Law; the physicians' law; and the farm law, forbidding Jews from owning farms or taking part in agriculture. Jewish lawyers were disbarred, and in Dresden, Jewish lawyers and judges were dragged out of their offices and courtrooms, and beaten up. Jews were excluded from schools and universities, and from belonging to the Journalists' Association, or from being newspaper editors
Jews were to wear a Star on their clothes everywhere they went so that the Nazi soldiers could tell who they were on the streets. Jewish Children were not allowed to attend school either.