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A German person, who (with other Nazis)has power over many people. They also forbid some goods like sugar (this is what a Nazi is).
Nazis will sometimes check people’s house to find out what they might be doing. They want to make sure the people aren’t hiding any weapons against them.
Nazis had a harder time identifying Jewish children than Jewish adults. The children looked like sons/daughters!
The beach is one of them. Nazis will forbid people from going places.
Shoes are lessened by Nazis. One of the shoes people were able to wear was fish shoes.
Nazis would go to synagogues (maybe all) where Jews would be having their New Year.
Nazis would be at every corner of the country they took over. This is so they can watch the people.
If a Jew is missing from the people from the synagogue, the Nazis will search for them. They want those Jews!
Nazis closed the stores that Jews worked at. This was a way of tormenting Jews.
The Nazis group was called National Socialists. They talk of what to do at these meetings.
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