This Day in Jewish History / Hungary Enacts First anti-Jewish Law

Under pressure from the Nazis, the country gradually limited Jews' access to universities and professions and barred them from marrying or sleeping with non-Jews.

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On May 29, 1938, Hungary enacted its first anti-Jewish law. Although the country had not been occupied or annexed by Nazi Germany, under pressure from the Nazis, it began to adopt restrictions on its Jewish...