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But the prospect of Nazi Germany on the loose in central Europe brought the danger rather nearer home. Would-be escapees had to defy the laws and customs both of the Gentile and of the Jewish communities.) The effect was to channel Jewish residence on to noble-owned land in the immediate vicinity of the city gates. and to risk dire penalties. A few distinguished exceptions, such as the work of Fernand Braudel,16 may serve to prove the rule.

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