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It may or may not be relevant in this case, but before WW1 the UK imported an amazing amount of stuff from Germany, especially pottery. This had always been stamped "Made in Germany". After WW1 there was a huge backlash from the UK public, who refused to buy German products, and German makers tried to get around this by stamping the product "Made in Saxony". To a lesser degree they also tried "Made in Austria" and "Made in Czechoslovakia", although that was stretching a point... until 1939.
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