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Hammer from Kristallnacht
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Origin

The Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass)

Type

Hammer

Effects

Shatters and repairs windows and glass objects

Downsides

Glass shards are very sharp and may cause injury

Activation

Tapping glass objects with hammer

Collected by

Artie Nielson

Section

D1545-T3R

Aisle

122-6000

Shelf

11054-85525-155

Date of Collection

May 1st, 1987

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OriginEdit

November 9 to November 10, 1938 was known as the Kristallnacht, (Crystal Night) aka the Night of Broken Glass, in Germany. As the Nazi regime had taken root, a night of terror descended on Germany. Jewish homes, synagogues, schools, and business were vandalized by paramilitary forces and non-Jewish citizens staging planned riots within Jewish communities. Windows were smashed, anti-Semitic graffiti, and even murder was rampant.

By the end of it, over one hundred Jews were reported dead. The streets were riddled with broken glass, which is where the name was drawn from.

UsageEdit

When gently tapped against glass objects, (windows, doors, cases, glasses), the hammer causes them to shatter. Not much force is needed at all. A simple tap will do.

Luckily the hammer can reverse the effects. To undo the effect, simply tap the hammer on a shard of glass and the pieces will reassemble without a scratch.

CollectionEdit

This artifact was collected by Artie as part of a trade with a private artifact dealer. Used to reconstruct the Goblet of Severan, the Glass Plate and the Glass Jar from the Donner Party.

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