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Der SOLDAT kämpft an der FRONT - Werbekarte der Sparkasse "Reichsparteitag Nürnberg", S-o, mit HJ

Einheit der Jugend in der Hitlerjugend!

Anti-Jewish newspaper "Der Stürmer".

Postkarte "Absolvia Truna 1940" der NS Studentika Traunstein,

"UNSERE LUFTWAFFE" s/w-Karte, Anwerbeplakat der Luftwaffe im Postkartenformat,

Julius Streicher - Owner and publisher of the anti-Semitic weekly, Der Stürmer, and one of the most despicable creatures to emerge from the Third Reich. Der Stürmer was the Natl. Enquirer über alles of it's day, substituting pornographic accounts of Jewish men raping German maidens for gossip, and re-introducing the "blood libel" against the Jews, accusing them of murdering German children and using the blood to make bread for holy festivals. Streicher was hanged for war crimes in 1946.

Nazi propaganda: Der Giftpilz is a children's book published by Julius Streicher in 1938. The title is German for "the toadstool" or "the poisonous mushroom".

1938 farb. argentinische Propagandakarte "1. Mai 1938 der Deutschen in Argentinien" Abb. "Feld mit Familie u. Hakenkreuz"

Nazi propaganda: Der Giftpilz is a children's book published by Julius Streicher in 1938. The title is German for "the toadstool" or "the poisonous mushroom." -- How To Tell A Jew

A poster printed by Der Strumer, a publication within Germany of anti-semitic materials. Julius Streicher founded and edited the most rabidly anti-semitic of Nazi publications within Nazi Germany. Der Sturmer specialized in anti-Semitic cartoons, and originated the slogan in 1923 that the "Jews are our misfortune." This poster was designed to dehumanize the Jews who were posed in distorted, humiliating and disgusting positions. uman and pure and not as good as the German people.

The cover for the April 30, 1940 issue of Der Adler (The Eagle). The caption for the illustration reads something to the effect of "Dogfight over Norway" (Lit. Air Struggle over Norway).