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Something about hot lunch !

Something about hot lunch !

Postcard, language is Italian. Clearly WWII (1941) but I can't work it out. I assume the caricature in the middle is supposed to be "England", but they're a bit off - it looks like George IV (lol) not George VI!

Postcard, language is Italian. Clearly WWII (1941) but I can't work it out. I assume the caricature in the middle is supposed to be "England", but they're a bit off - it looks like George IV (lol) not George VI!

German  WW2  "Hitler Youth - Young maidens"

German WW2 "Hitler Youth - Young maidens"

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"Plumber! Ensure high quality work!" // Pin Up posters by Valery Barykin is well-known in Russia. His works were exhibited in all major Russian cities alongside with the expo "Art versus Geography. The Cultural Alliance".

"Plumber! Ensure high quality work!" // Pin Up posters by Valery Barykin is well-known in Russia. His works were exhibited in all major Russian cities alongside with the expo "Art versus Geography. The Cultural Alliance".

Картинки по запросу советские плакаты приколы

Картинки по запросу советские плакаты приколы

Do you want this to happen to your women and children? by Willibald Krain, 1944 [WWII,Poster]

Do you want this to happen to your women and children? by Willibald Krain, 1944 [WWII,Poster]

Nazi Propaganda, Winterhilfswerk

Nazi Propaganda, Winterhilfswerk

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.

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.

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