Friedrich - "The Jungvolk (1933)" Summary & Analysis

Hans Peter Richter
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"The Jungvolk (1933)" Summary

The narrator fetches Friedrich to take him to club night at the Jungvolk. The narrator has been a member for a while and taken part in public marches. Friedrich envies him and hopes his father some day will let him join. The narrator warns Friedrich not to let members know he is Jewish. He describes the squad leader, whose neckerchief had been slashed by a communist and is displayed as a symbol of valor. The narrator helps Friedrich don a black scarf and is surprised Friedrich has a grand ring for it, complete with swastika, better even than the squad leader. Friedrich feels proud, as they enter the parade grounds. None of the members is properly dressed in brown, but all have a triangular neckerchief with the corner showing below the collar in back. Friedrich is excited...

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