Treaty of Versailles, Germany lost Alsace-Lorraine, Northern Schleswig, and Memel. The League published the NS-Frauen-Warte, the only nsdap-approved women's magazine in Nazi Germany; despite some propaganda aspects, it was predominantly an ordinary woman's magazine. The Saarland, which had been placed under League of Nations supervision for 15 years at the end of World War I, voted in January 1935 to become part of Germany. Many were casualties of Allied bombing, as they received poor air raid protection. None were sold until after the war, when the vehicle was renamed the Volkswagen (people's car). The Nazis intended on deporting all Romani people from Germany, and confined them to Zigeunerlager (Gypsy camps) for this purpose. While in prison after the failed Beer Hall Putsch of 1923, Hitler wrote Mein Kampf, which laid out his plan for transforming German society into one based on race.