In October 1934, Hitler's government was firmly in the saddle - to dismay foreign critics. The majority of Germans support Hitler's offensive anti-Jewish policy. Jews are blatantly discriminated against in front of everyone's eyes. At the Evian Conference in 1938, the indifference of many countries to the Jewish refugees forced to leave Germany at that time was evident. And the regime's terror escalates even more after the pogrom of November 9, 1938.