Thank G-d
During the early part of the Hitler regime, prior to the infamous "final solution," German Jews taught their children to conform, outwardly, to Nazi customs, for the sake of survival.
One such Jew was teaching his young son how to conduct himself when eating in a restaurant where he might be observed by others. "When saying the blessing," he reminded the youngster, "the correct form of grace is 'Thank God and the Fuehrer.'"
"But suppose the Fuehrer dies?" queried the boy.
"In that case, my son," the father explained, "you just thank God."

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