Directed by the government, German citizens loot and burn 7000 Jewish businesses, homes, and synagogues. This becomes known as Kristallnacht, or "the night of broken glass." Thirty-thousand Jews are arrested and sent to concentration camps.
These laws deprive German Jews of their citizenship, their businesses, and their right to education. Some of Germany's 300,000 Jews flee to other countries. Many Jews, however, consider themselves Germans and don't want to leave.
Immediatley, he makes himself dictator. He and his Nazi party outlaw all other political parties and ideas. They begin to campaign to persuade the German people that their race is being poisoned by the presence of "non-Germans." This means Gypsies and other dark-skinned people, but it especially means Jews.