Lecture, April 27: Application of the 3rd Nuremberg Law in Foreign Courts

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We all know that the 3rd Nuremberg law banned marriages between Jews and Non-Jews. But did you know that it was first applied not by a German but by a Dutch court, as the law applicable under private international law? Didier Boden presents fifteen years of research – not just of court decisions, but also of administrative practice, with a focus on the personal fates of the couples involved. He combines this with a plea for a private international law that goes beyond doctrine and focuses on individual humans.

Talk (in German) on April 27, 5 pm CET.
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