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In the next stage, prejudice and anti-Semitic stereotyping are followed by discriminatory legislation. Just a few months after the start of the occupation, the first anti-Jewish measures were introduced, which eventually drove the Jews further and further apart from the rest of society. Because of all the prohibitions, Jews were no longer able to live normal lives. For example, Jews could no longer access the popular Lepelenburg park in Utrecht. With every step it became harder for Jews to resist the new measures, and for others to help.