The Nazi war economy was a mixed economy that combined a free market with central planning. The Nazis would take from the Jews their wealth, their right to intermarry with non-Jews, and their right to occupy many fields of labour (such as law, medicine, or education). Members of the SA damaged or destroyed synagogues and Jewish property throughout Germany. Further restrictions were imposed on Jews in the coming months they were forbidden to own businesses or work in retail shops, drive cars, go to the cinema, visit the library, or own weapons, and Jewish pupils were removed from schools. Germany and Eastern Europe: Cultural Identities and Cultural Differences. The law was only loosely enforced, and in spite of a ban on vivisection, the Ministry of the Interior readily handed out permits for experiments on animals. Economy Main article: Economy of Nazi Germany Reich economics The most pressing economic matter the Nazis initially faced was the 30 percent national unemployment rate. These Commissars had the power to appoint and remove local governments, state parliaments, officials, and judges. A supplementary decree issued in November defined as Jewish anyone with three Jewish grandparents, or two grandparents if the Jewish faith was followed.