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1940s war time Monopoly edition

1940s war time Monopoly edition

(6:24) At the height of WW2, supply restrictions forced Waddington to produce a war time version of Monopoly.

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"...fun times with friends and family...?" That may be the exception, then. Most people I've ever talked to who mention Monopoly will say the game caused more strife and discord than harmony and fun. The board being launched into the air and scattering the pieces is fairly common. Definitely not a game for poor losers.

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"...fun times with friends and family...?" That may be the exception, then. Most people I've ever talked to who mention Monopoly will say the game caused more strife and discord than harmony and fun. The board being launched into the air and scattering the pieces is fairly common. Definitely not a game for poor losers.

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