Feb. 7, 1942

“Sixth order of February 7, 1942 on measures against the Jews” issued by German occupation administration [Germany]: “Official Journal of the orders of the military Governor for the occupied territories of February 11 1942. Under the full authority granted to me by the Fuhrer und Oberster Befehishaber der Wehrmacht, I order the following: (1) Limitation of hours of output. It is prohibited for the Jews to be out of their homes between 6 and 20 hours. (2) Prohibition of change of residence. It is prohibited to Jews to change their current residence. (3) Penal provisions. Those who violate the provisions of this order shall be punished by imprisonment and fine, or both. In addition, the culprit may be interned in a camp for Jews. (4) Entry into force. This order comes into force upon its publication.” [Editor’s note: Original webpage is in French, Google translation was used on 7/26/2012 to change text to English.]
“Quelques exemples d’ordonnances, décrets, lois et mesures anti-juives de l’administration allemande d’occupation” [Some examples of orders, decrees, laws and anti-Jewish measures of the German administration occupation]. No author, Accessed online 7/26/2011