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In the summer of 1942, the people of Molching with blinds were desperate to enlist his services to paint them.
On some of his workdays, Liesel went with him.
When Hans ran out of black paint he had to get creative and mix coal dust with the other colors of paint.
For the poor people of the neighborhood, he would often paint their blinds for a cookie or a warm cup of tea.
He was even known to paint people’s blinds for half a cigarette, sitting on the front step of a house sharing a smoke with the occupant.
He grinned and said, “Prost, Mädel—cheers, girl.” Their glasses chimed together and the moment Liesel raised it to her mouth, she was bitten by the fizzy, sickly sweet taste of champagne.
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