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English: From 1935 onwards Jewish shops in Nazi-Germany were vandalised to warn people not to buy here. The signs on the shop read: Jew!
Deutsch: Seit 1935 wurden in Nazideutschland jüdische Geschäfte mit Parolen beschmiert um davor zu warnen, hier einzukaufen.
Date 1935 - 1936
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