Number #4: Disabled INDIVIDUALS
No physically or mentally malfunctioned male or female was permitted to join Hitler on the red carpet of domination. You had to be perfect in every way possible, or else you would not be accepted. The Nazís deemed it a a waste of time and money to support the disabled, and promptly sentenced each and every one of them to death, as if they were nothing but animals.
Julian (or Torteau), from R.J Palacio's tear-enhancing story, The Julian Chapter, is a good example of the fate thrust upon the disabled.
Number #5: Black Children
People of African descent were very rare in Germany. However, during WWI, African soldiers were brought in by the French Allied forces during the time Germany was occupied by the 'enemy.' Many German citizens were mortified by the black-skinned 'invasions.'
Some soldiers got into personal relationships with some German women, and the children born between them were frequently called 'Rhineland Bastards' or 'Black Disgrace.'