Aug. 8, 1933

Policies to Article 1, Paragraph 3 of the Reich Civil Service Law in the Version Dated 30 June 1933 (RGBl I, p. 433) issued by Reich Minister of Interior [Germany]: “Article 1 (1) A person who descends from a Non-Aryan, especially from Jewish parents or grandparents, is considered non-Aryan. It is sufficient if one parent or grandparent is non-Aryan. Especially, if a parent or grandparent has been of Jewish faith. (2) Extramarital descent within the meaning of article 1a paragraph 3 of the Reich Civil Service Act also counts as descent. If a child was adopted a parent-child relationship within the meaning of this regulation doesn’t apply. Article 2 (1) Whoever should be appointed as Reich Official, has to prove that he and his spouse are of Aryan descent. Each official, who wants to enter into a marriage has to prove that the person he intends to marry is of Aryan descent. (2) Evidence must be provided by the presentation of documents (birth certificate, marriage certificate of the parents). (3) If the Aryan descent is doubtful an expert opinion must be obtained from the experts on racial research ordered the Minister of the Interior. […] Berlin 8 August 1933 – The Reich Minister of the Interior signed by Pfundtner.”
1933 Reichsgesetzblatt I, page 575. Accessed online; Translated by Franziska Wagener 11/17/2015