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Damaged Storefront after Kristallnacht Riot

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Damaged Storefront after Kristallnacht Riot

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Berlin, Nov 1938.  People walk past broken store windows in the aftermath of Kristallnacht. The nazis destroyed Jewish owned businesses on "the night of broken glass."

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