ca. 1941

Law issued in occupied Luxembourg [Germany / Occupied Luxembourg] [Unconfirmed]
Commentary from other sources:
1) “Jewish restrictions followed, including the requirement in September 1941, that all Jews wear a badge with a yellow star with the word ‘Jude’ on it.”
Webb, Chris: “The Destruction of the Jews of Luxembourg.”
2) “In September 1941 the Jews of Luxembourg were ordered to wear the Jewish badge (see also Badge, Jewish), and many were laced in a ghetto-like camp which soon became the assembly point for deportations to the east.”
“Luxembourg.” YadVashem, SHOAH Resource Center website