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Beginning in 1933, the German government revoked German citizenship for tens of thousands of German Jews as well as persons seen as political opponents such as Communists. This affected not only German residents, but also individuals who had left Germany and were residents of other countries. It took similar action against residents in parts of Czechoslovakia that had been annexed.
Less well known was the revocation of business licenses or even seizure of firms that had been owned by Jews or political opponents.
These public actions, totaling nearly 90,000 names of persons and firms that were regularly published in the Reichsanzeiger, the German equivalent of the Federal Registry.
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