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Attached is a 1936 news item that reported on the Neanderthal-style punishments aimed at their nation's foreign investors:

"With no check of legislative body or court, the Nazi triumvirate had decreed that smuggling money or shares out of Germany, and failure to bring into German money from goods sold abroad, should be punishable by death."

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