Star of David By Fabiola and Geraldit

Star of David

The Star of David was the German government's policy of forcing Jews to wear identifying badges. They wore these badges to follow the Kristallnacht pogrom. Jews that refused to to wear the badge risked severe punishment, including death. The Nazi's created this practice as part of their persecutions during the Holocaust.

This is a yellow Star of David outlined with black with an Hebraic styled "J," an abbreviation for "Jew."

This is a yellow armband with black "Z," an abbreviation for the Serbo- Croatian word for "Jew."

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Created with images by llumsdegracia - "cemetery jew memorial"

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