ca. 1940

[Possible/Probable] Law issued in occupied Luxembourg [Germany / Occupied Luxembourg] 

Commentary from other sources:
1) “About a month after the installation of the civil administration under Gauleiter Simon, on the 5 September 1940, the infamous Nuremberg Laws were introduced in Luxembourg; at the same time the Jews were exploited as forced labourers.”

Webb, Chris: “The Destruction of the Jews of Luxembourg.”

2)“The Nuremberg Laws were introduced in Luxembourg on September 5, 1940, followed by several other anti-Jewish ordinances. In practice, however, Jews were encouraged to leave the country. From August 8, 1940, until the Germans forbade emigration on October 15, 1941, more than 2,500 Jews left Luxembourg, mostly for the unoccupied zone of France.”
“Holocaust Encyclopedia: Luxembourg.” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum;