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got a train-station and this made it easier to transport lumber and other materials from the village to the capital. Though Nazi German officials were often displeased with Schultz's reporting — which they deemed as critical of the regime, she had not been expelled from Germany as had other reporters deemed "hostile" to the nation's "revival" under Nazism. In order not to jeopardize her ability to work in Germany without imprisonment or expulsion, Schultz during


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