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An original Second World War piece of Nazi German "wall newspaper" propaganda featuring British Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill fleeing both German bombs and bombast
Printed by Die Parole der Woche for the National-Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei (NSDAP), Berlin, 1942. This large, striking, and scarce piece of Second World War Nazi propaganda is a wall newspaper produced by Die Parole Der Worche. The wall newspaper depicts Winston Churchill hastening away from both an incoming bomb and a torrent of Nazi invective. We intentionally use the term "wall newspaper" in lieu of "poster" consistent with both the terminology and intention with which this original piece of Second World War Third Reich propaganda was produced.The bomb silhouette contains the caption: der mann, der den bombenkrieg gegen die zivilbevölkerung erfunden hat, which translates to the man who invented the bombing of civilians. Also featured are excerpts from Adolf Hitler’s speech that took place in Berlin on 30 September 1942 at the Berliner Sportpalast. Over the course of the speech, Hitler defames Churchill, extols the Aryan race, demonizes the Jewish population, and declares ende für England schrecklicher sein wird els der anfang: the end for England will be more horrible than the beginning. This wall newspaper’s condition is very good, particularly given the age, size, and inherent fragility. The piece is quite large, measuring 47.125 x 33 inches (120cm x 84cm). There are three vertical and three horizontal folds consonant with how the poster was originally folded by the publisher. A broken publisher’s sticker still affixed in two pieces to the verso affirms that it was originally delivered folded thus. Despite wear and minor fraying to the edges, the wall new … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector ABAA/ILAB/IOBA [San Diego, CA, U.S.A.]
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