Friedrich - "In the Department Store (1933)" Summary & Analysis

Hans Peter Richter
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"In the Department Store (1933)" Summary

Friedrich, wearing a beautiful new suit, leads the narrator to see something amazing. Friedrich exchanges "Heil Hitler!" greetings with a man outside the District Council, and they enter the Herschel Meyer department store by the main entrance. They take escalators to the third-floor toy department, which is laden with toys of all sorts. Heir Schneider, wearing a black frock coat, is the manager and takes them on a tour. Unexpectedly, he asks the narrator how he enjoys the Jungvolk, explaining Friedrich has told him about it. The narrator talks enthusiastically about a camping trip they are planning. He wishes that Friedrich could join them. Schneider next asks what the narrator's father thinks about he Jungvolk, and he says his father has encouraged him to do his duty regularly and punctually, particularly since he himself joined...

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