Regulations affecting civilians through the war

Living History

Hi all. I’m wondering if there’s a resource that would list the various regulations that were brought in gradually through the war, affecting the German population? Things like the closure of restaurants, a ban on dancing in public, quotas on how many employees would be taken into the military and factories, restrictions on travel, etc.
I’m currently reading Missie Vassiltchikov’s ‘Berlin Diaries’, and she often mentions new restrictions. It is mentioned that Marie Bismarck was denounced for ‘painting her toenails and taking her breakfast in bed’ – meaning that she was ‘asozial’ – and I wonder what regulations she had contravened there? (This was in the post 20th July purges in 1944.)

It would be really useful for me to know what rules came in and when…

cheers

Helen

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