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Bei Deutschland dauern der Wohlstand; bei Polen, Armut und Auswanderung / Kirchbach.

Bei Deutschland dauern der Wohlstand; bei Polen, Armut und Auswanderung / Kirchbach.

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Summary

Poster shows a prosperous-looking German standing in front of a home and a dejected-looking Polish family walking. Text: In Germany continued prosperity; in Poland poverty and emigration.
Forms part of: Rehse-Archiv für Zeitgeschichte und Publizistik.
Title from item.

German Wold War I Propaganda Posters, 1914-1919

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Date

01/01/1920
person

Contributors

Kirchbach, Fritz Gottfried, 1888-1942, artist
Rehse Archiv für Zeitgeschichte und Publizistik, DLC, former owner
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Source

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Copyright info

No known restrictions on publication. For information see "World War I Posters" (http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/print/res/243_wwipos.html)

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