While Black people in Nazi Germany Nocturnando - Various - Trio Avileño Vol. 4 never subject to mass extermination as in the cases of JewsRomani and Slavs they were still considered by the Nazis to be an inferior race and, along with Romani peoplewere subject to the Nuremberg Laws under a supplementary decree.
While interracial marriage was legal under German law at the time, beginning insome colonial officials started refusing to register them, using eugenics arguments about the inferiority of mixed-race children to support their decision. A major concern brought up in debate was that mixed-race children born in such marriages Ouve LArmoire GrandMère - Placido Domingo, Mireille Mathieu, Emmanuel - Les Contes De Cri-Cri have German citizenship, and could therefore return to Germany with the same rights to vote, serve in the military, and could also hold public office as full-blooded ethnic Germans.
After World War I, French occupation forces in the Rhineland included African colonial troops, some of whom fathered children with German women. Newspaper campaigns against the use of these troops focused on these children, dubbed " Rhineland bastards ", often with lurid stories You Were There (Club Mix) - Resistance D - You Were There uncivilized African soldiers raping innocent German women, the so-called " Black Horror on the Rhine ".
In the Rhineland itself, local opinion of the troops was very different, and the soldiers were described as "courteous and often popular", possibly You Were There (Club Mix) - Resistance D - You Were There French colonial soldiers harbored less ill-will towards Germans than war-weary ethnic French occupiers. In Mein KampfHitler described children resulting from marriages to African occupation soldiers as a contamination of the white race "by Negro blood on the Rhine in the heart of Europe.
Under eugenics laws during the Third Reich, race alone was not sufficient criteria for forced sterilization, but anyone could request sterilization for themselves or a minor under their care. Beyond the compulsory sterilization program in the Rhineland, there was no coherent Nazi policy towards African Germans.
A number of black people served in the Wehrmacht. The number of Afro-Germans was low, but there were some instances where black people were enlisted within Nazi organizations such as the Hitler Youth and later the Wehrmacht. While no orders were issued in regards to black prisoners of war, some German commanders undertook to separate black Circles - Lynx - I Am Lynx from captured French units for summary execution.
In prisoner of war camps, black soldiers were kept segregated from white, and generally experienced worse conditions than their white comrades, conditions that deteriorated further in the last days of the war. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Black people in Nazi Germany. Main article: Rhineland Bastard. Retrieved 27 July United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Milton In Robert Gellately and Nathan Stoltzfus ed.
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