Alongside Eduard Bloch, were there any other known people of Jewish decent who were given the same sort of protection and pardon during the time in which the Nazi's were in power?


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Quite a few. The term for people of partially Jewish descent in Nazi Germany was Mischling and Wikipedia has an article about them with a sampling of ones who were prominent, many of whom received the German Blood Certificate. The most notable example is Erhard Milch, a Luftwaffe Field Marshall.

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