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July 15, 1990 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Political graffiti of any kind are a rarity in newly democratic East Germany, but the words on a crumbling stucco wall in this Soviet garrison town are in a class all their own. "Russians Out!" someone has scrawled in red, and added a swastika for good measure. The swastika, according to townspeople, is most likely the work of skinheads who tumble out of the town's single discotheque at closing time and, in recent weeks, have been harassing solitary Soviet soldiers.
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July 15, 1990 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Political graffiti of any kind are a rarity in newly democratic East Germany, but the words on a crumbling stucco wall in this Soviet garrison town are in a class all their own. "Russians Out!" someone has scrawled in red, and added a swastika for good measure. The swastika, according to townspeople, is most likely the work of skinheads who tumble out of the town's single discotheque at closing time and, in recent weeks, have been harassing solitary Soviet soldiers.
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