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Submitted by Michelle Guillot
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
At the tribunal
"You know that, after the war, we had very bad years in germany.
We got poorer and poorer. Every day retired officers or
schoolteachers were caught shoplifting. Money lost its value,
the price of everything rose ... except of human beings.
We read in the newspapers that the after-war years were bad
everywhere, that crime was increasing and that honest citizens
were having a hard job to put the gangsters in jail.
Well in Germany, the gangsters finally succeeded
in putting the honest citizens in jail."
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