Control Council Act No. 1 regarding the repeal of Nazi law
By the Allied Control Council issued Control Council Law . No one on the setting aside of Nazi law from the 20th September 1945 (in short: Control Council Law No. 1. ) Numerous mentioned by name except laws of were National Socialist regime canceled, including any additional legislation, implementing rules, regulations and orders . It was also expressly no longer allowed to apply a German legal decree that could discriminate against someone “on the basis of their race, nationality, belief or opposition to the National Socialist German Workers' Party or their teachings”.
The Enabling Act was from 1933, the Weimar Constitution superimposed or the functioning of the institutions of the Republic. Its abolition would theoretically have allowed the republican state order to continue. But the abundance of power of the Allied Control Council and the individual occupying powers again stood above the old provisions of the imperial constitution.
For the Federal Republic of Germany , the Control Council Act No. 1 ended when the First Act to Repeal the Occupation Law of May 30, 1956 ( Federal Law Gazette I p. 437) came into force. For the German Democratic Republic (GDR), the Control Council Act No. 1 was repealed by the Council of Ministers of the USSR on September 20, 1955 .
Explicitly repealed laws
- Law to remedy the plight of the people and the Reich of March 24, 1933 ( RGBl. I p. 41),
- Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service of 7 April 1933 (RGBl. I p. 175),
- Law amending provisions of criminal law and criminal procedure of April 24, 1934 (RGBl. I p. 341),
- Law for the Protection of National Symbols of May 19, 1933 (RGBl. I p. 285),
- Law against the formation of new parties of July 14, 1933 (RGBl. I p. 479),
- Law on referendum of July 14, 1933 (RGBl. I p. 479),
- Law to secure the unity of party and state of December 1, 1933 (RGBl. I p. 1016),
- Law against insidious attacks on state and party and for the protection of party uniforms of December 20, 1934 (RGBl. I p. 1269),
- Reich Flag Act of September 15, 1935 (RGBl. I p. 1145),
- Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor of September 15, 1935 (RGBl. I p. 1146),
- Reich Citizenship Act of September 15, 1935 (RGBl. I p. 1146),
- Prussian Law on the Secret State Police of February 10, 1936 (PreußGS. P. 21),
- Law on the Hitler Youth of December 1, 1936 (RGBl. I p. 933),
- Ordinance against the support of camouflaging Jewish businesses of April 22, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 404),
- Ordinance on the registration of property of Jews of April 26, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 414),
- Law amending the trade regulations for the German Reich of July 6, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 823),
- Second ordinance for the implementation of the law on changing family names and first names of August 17, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 1044),
- Ordinance on passports of Jews of October 5, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 1342),
- Ordinance on the elimination of Jews from German economic life of November 12, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 1580),
- Police ordinance on the appearance of Jews in public of November 28, 1938 (RGBl. I p. 1676),
- Ordinance on the proof of German blood descent of August 1, 1940 (RGBl. I p. 1063),
- Police ordinance on the identification of Jews of September 1, 1941 (RGBl. I p. 547),
- Ordinance on the employment of Jews of October 3, 1941 (RGBl. I p. 675),
- Decree of the Führer on the legal status of the NSDAP of December 12, 1942 (RGBl. I p. 733),
- Police ordinance on the identification of Eastern workers in the Reich of June 19, 1944 (RGBl. I p. 147).
Implicitly repealed laws (selection)
- Law on the revocation of naturalizations and the withdrawal of German citizenship of July 14, 1933 (RGBl. I p. 480).
- Law on admission to the bar of April 7, 1933 (RGBl. I p. 188).