But in World War II, Frankfurt Zoo suffered very much. It was destroyed by about 95% or so, and only some 90 animals survived. And of course, Germany had a very difficult time because the firm responsible were relieved, of course, and American army looked for persons not involved in the Nazi regime. And they hired my pre-predecessor, Bernhard Grzimek as the chief of police. Bernhard Grzimek is a trained vet but working in behavior as well and he was not at all interested in the police but he was interested in the zoo. And so he almost always worked for the zoo and for the opening of the zoo. The Americans forbid the opening of the zoo but he did it just and knew that the population stood behind him. They haven’t had any cinemas, no theaters, nothing.