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With the seizure of power by the National Socialists, the Reich Bull Protection Act passed on November 24, 1933. Animal protection was partly founded by politically involed personalities and so it used to have anti-Semitic and biological traits, which led to an ideological association, now known as the "Reich's Animal Protection Association".
From 1938 the Reichstierschutzbund was the top legal representative of the German animal welfare.
In 1945 the Reich Bull Protection Association was dissolved.