Hitler's bitterest attacks were saved for Jews. "The Jews are our misfortune!" he raged repeatedly. And virulent anti-Semitism received the force of law in September 1935 when, "for the protection of German blood and honor," new statutes greatly restricting the civil rights and freedom of Jews were proclaimed at Nurnberg, the party-town of National Socialism. Cards 194 and 195 were printed for that 1935 Nürnberg party-gathering, the venue of which is shown on Card 196.