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Build Youth Hostels and Homes, Hermann Witte, 1938.

Propaganda Nazi: pidiendo dinero para "construir albergues y casas". Witte, Hermann (artist) Druck Langebartels & Jurgens, Altona (printer) Verband Deutscher Jugendherbergen [the Association of German Youth Hostels] (publisher/sponsor)

Nazi poster/art, "Offizier von morgen" (Officers of tomorrow)

This is a poster of Hitler in his youth. It was propaganda to encourage children to want to join the Nazi's when they come of age. It reads "Officer of Tommorow

"La Germania e veramente VOSTRA AMICA" - "Germay is our true friend" Italo-German Nazi Propaganda

German WWII poster, "Germany is truly your friend! Oh, the irony.

"Great Girl, Mary Purdue! She's A Champion Parachute Maker! Join Her Every Morning In Wheat Sparkles For Breakfast!" ~ WWII propaganda ad for Quaker Oats. Wheat Sparkles cereal was advertised as the healthful breakfast choice for the patriotic 'Victory Girls' who were serving their country by working in war industry companies, such as 'Champion Parachute,' a job that was previously and exclusively held only by 'pre-war' men...Circa 1940s ad.

1942 Ad for Quaker Puffed Wheat & Rice Sparkies Cereal featuring Mary Perdue, champion parachute-maker

SYPHILIS ~ stay away from dance halls! Watch yourselves, ladies! It would appear that wartime soldiers were STD-riddled whores! ;D

The 12 Best World War II STD Posters

vintage photo Syphilis sexually transmitted disease, All of these men soldiers have it, Women Stay away from dance halls, World War Two propaganda

In 1931 Hohlwein refused the offer to emigrate to the United States. Instead Hohlwein joined the Nazi party in 1933.

Nazi poster for the NSD-Studentenbundes, "The German Student fights for Führer and People"

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Says : " Now we again have a joyful future - Therefore we thank The Fuhrer at the 4 dec.

Donald and "Uncle Adolf" at a rally in 1939. Donald learned a lot from his "Uncle," but decided to switch out the hat for his now famous red cap. Hitler thought he was making a mistake, but Donald insisted that he would someday make America Great Again, and become President. Hitler thought Donald was "Shtupit," but played along because he thought the boy was a perfect patsy and "nasty little Nazi."

Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler poses with a young member of the Nazi Youth. >> I wonder who the boy is, what he was thinking at the time, and what he though after ended.

- ~Repinned Via Diana Albu

A detailed history of the German League of Girls (Bund Deutscher Mädel) that includes images, quotations and the main events of the organization. GCSE Modern World History - Nazi Germany. A-level - Life in Nazi Germany,

German League of Girls (Bund Deutscher Mädel)

A detailed history of the German League of Girls (Bund Deutscher Mädel) that includes images, quotations and the main events of the organization. GCSE Modern World History - Nazi Germany. A-level - Life in Nazi Germany,

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