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In the Second World War propaganda was a formidable weapon against the enemy. This rare anti-Nazi leaflet is a great case in point.


It was printed in the USSR and scattered in the air on 12 June 1943 to weaken the German morale by caricaturing Hitler and listing his most important defeats. According to Kirchner no fewer than 2 million copies were printed.


The front shows a caricature of an enraged Adolf Hitler, while the back lists three of Hitler’s important defeats: Stalingrad, Tunisia, and the air war.

A Sovjet anti-Nazi leaflet with a caricature of Hitler

€ 225,00Prijs
  • Wer ist Schuld an Stalingrad… an der U-Boot Pleite… [...] schuld ist einer: der Niederlagen-Adolf.

    [USSR], [1943].

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