Germans after the Second World War. As well as taking control of tens of thousands of privately run recreational clubs, it offered highly regimented holidays and entertainment such as cruises, vacation destinations and concerts. Books deemed unacceptable to the regime were removed from school libraries. Diese Seite verwendet Frames. However, expression of Nazi views was frowned upon, and those who expressed such views were frequently dismissed from their jobs. By January 1941, Rosenberg estimated the looted treasures from France to be valued at over one billion Reichsmarks. The Munich Agreement of 1938 gave Germany control of the Sudetenland, and they seized the remainder of Czechoslovakia six months later. Following Operation Barbarossa, the Soviet Union was also plundered.