Mencken arrived in a prosperous country. The increasing dehumanization of Germany's Jews alarmed him, but did not dampen his view of his beloved Germany, which he continued to view through a sentimental haze. As the war clouds gathered overhead, Mencken traveled the country to view the places where his ancestors were born.
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