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Examine the illustration.(stab in the back drawing)

A German soldier lies ready for battle while a caricature of a Jewish person creeps behind him while holding a knife to his back.

Stab-in-the-Back Legend. 26 March 1919. Illustration. Wikimedia Commons. Wikimedia Foundation. Web.

An Austrian caricature of the “stab-in-the-back” legend, from 1919.

Which most accurately interprets the main message of the illustration?

Jews in Germany were dangerous criminals to be feared.
Jews were responsible for Germany’s defeat in World War I.
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  1. What are the other answer choices. I only see these two:

    Jews in Germany were dangerous criminals to be feared.
    Jews were responsible for Germany’s defeat in World War I.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. German soldiers in World War I were unable to protect themselves from Jewish assassins.
    German soldiers in World War I collaborated with Jews to sneak behind enemy lines.

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  3. Thanks. D is right.

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  4. Wait which one was right?

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  5. The correct answer: Jews were responsible for Germany’s defeat in World War I.

    You're welcome.

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