Definitions

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  • noun The process or result of making Aryan.

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Examples

  • Or are you going to tell me that genozide on Djungars and sinisation aka Aryanization chinese way was forced by themselfes? how dumb can a human be then?

    John Mauldin's "geopolitics of China"

  • Degussa benefited from "Aryanization," the Nazi effort to take property such as real estate and companies away from Jews.

    A Couple's Push For Budweiser

  • This followed the seizure of its holdings in Germany, under the Nazi "Aryanization" laws, in 1938, and the sale of its properties in China.

    'The Mystery of Max Eitingon': An Exchange

  • But under "Gemeinnutz goes against selfishness" and the "interests of the people of comrades" was really to understand, this should Thirties in the years under the so-called "Aryanization" of the economy.

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  • "Uncle" Max hung on for almost too long, helplessly watching "Aryanization" strip him of his firm.

    Niall Ferguson's "High Financier: The Lives and Time of Siegmund Warburg"

  • "Uncle" Max hung on for almost too long, helplessly watching Aryanization strip him of his firm.

    Niall Ferguson's "High Financier: The Lives and Time of Siegmund Warburg"

  • In 1937, as a result of Nazi Aryanization policies, Erna Breitkopf was discharged from her job as salesperson at the firm E. Bielschowski, where she had worked since 1914.

    Personal Information for Erna Friedlander Brite

  • In contrast to Germany and Czechoslovakia, where legislative restrictions, Aryanization of property and forced emigration proceeded more gradually and provided a buffer in the face of anti-Jewish violence, in Poland the violence and brutality began in the first days of the German assault and continued unabated.

    Women in the Holocaust.

  • In the process of the 1933 “Aryanization,” which the sports organizations sought to implement with swift obedience, Lilli Henoch — though still highly esteemed — was, like all Jews, compelled to leave the club and seek a new haven for her sport activities.

    Lilli Henoch.

  • Still, Darquier spearheaded the hateful portrayal of Jews in the media and academe; he also looted Jewish property with abandon and sold certificates of Aryanization to the highest bidder.

    The Path of Least Resistance

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