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I don't think there is an alternate ending to this book. Zusak is pretty final at the end. Liesel is much older and has children All of the other characters, except Max, are dead.
Perhaps Franz envied Rudy. Bullies like Franz often have self-esteem problems. There is not enough textual evidence on this to draw certain conclusions.
I think the ending is pretty final. Bruno will die in the camps. Bruno's father realizes what must have happened, and a few months later he is discharged from his post at Out-With and taken away by soldiers.
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