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Comic #2558

1 Ginny: {walking along a street at night in Berlin} Do you like being a Nazi, Erwin?
2 Erwin: Well, die pay is not so good, but it is a steady job.
3 Ginny: Have you ever considered working for Russia?
3 Erwin: That would be treason!
4 Ginny: Treason against the Nazis. Somehow I don't think that will count much against you in the fullness of time.

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The street they're walking down is of course Unter den Linden. Although you can't see the trees in this view.

2024-02-17 Rerun commentary: I often use a bicycle parked in the background to set a street scene, and provide a fixed point of reference to show that the characters are walking past it.

Challenge: Find all the bicycles used in this way in all strips of this comic.

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