ca. 1939

[Possible/Probable] Prague [Czech Republic] 

Commentary from other sources:
1) “Long list of public amenities, parks, restaurants, museums, closed to Jews. Proprietors to put up signs ‘Entry forbidden to Jews’. The owners of public baths were ordered to have compartments set aside specifically for persons of Jewish descent and to signpost them as such. If that was not possible users of Jewish descent were to be segregated in time from users of non-Jewish descent. Bathing and lingering in state swimming pools is forbidden to Jews. Signs to be put up with The words ‘Entry forbidden to Jews’. Jewish proprietors of guest houses, wine bars, coffee houses, etc. are to display the sign ‘Jewish enterprise’.”

“Nazi Restrictions on the Jews of Prague & The Role of the Jewish Community Council,” Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team, Accessed 8/27/2015