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  • 11 November 1918
  • I'm hungry! What are we having for our midday meal?
  • Bücher (Books)
  • Bread and Cheese
  • June 1919
  •  Why are we getting blamed for the war?! We didn't start it!
  • Haven't you been listening to the talk around town, we have the Communists, socialists, and Jews to blame for this cruelty! This is ridiculous!
  • 1929
  • Have you heard?! The Great Depression is spreading through the industrialised countries! 
  • What?!
  • Bücher (Books)
  • German Government accepted armistice which ended all the fighting of World War 1,  however they found they were not left with many resources.
  • 1932
  • You can't! We can barely afford to live and our biggest priority right now is making sure we can feed our daughter! Besides they would take over the moment they got the chance, we are Jews after all! Come on, let's go inside..
  • I should just hire them..
  • Breaking News As of the 28th of June, the war is officially over! However, be aware of the harsh penalties the Allies have inflicted on us. We have restrictions on the size of our military, we must make reparation payments to the Allies as well as losing some of our territories. Our railway stock and large ships are to be handed over as well as a large portion of our coal, steel and other raw materials. According to Clause 231 we, Germany are to take the blame for causing the war.
  • 9 March 1933
  • Bücher (Books)
  • I'm Scared!
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  • 1 April 1933
  • Bücher (Books)
  • You can't do this!
  • Please help me!
  • As the Great Depression spread through industrialised countries from 1929, Germany was severely affected. Foreign loans dried up, investment fell and by 1932 6 million Germans were unemployed
  • We need jobs!
  • How am I supposed to feed my family?!
  • Bücher (Books)
  • Organized attacks on Jews broke out
  • ROBERT HURRY!!!
  • Grandpa come on!
  •  SA members stood outside the doors of Jewish owned shops to prevent customers from entering
  • Stand Back! No one is allowed in this shop!
  • Actually, we can do this. An enabling act was put in place on March 23rd. Adolf Hitler now has the authority to make laws and change the constitution as he wishes!
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