1. Anti-Semitic graffiti painted on the wall of a Jewish cemetery reads, “The death of the Jews will end the Saarland’s distress.” In 1933, a considerable number of communists and other political opponents of National Socialism fled to the Saar, as it was the only part of Germany that remained outside national administration following the First World War. As a result, anti-Nazi groups agitated for the Saarland to remain under French administration, causing strife. Berlin, Germany. 1 November 1938

     
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