Three anti-Semitic posters of the German anti-Semitic organization Deutscher Schutz- und Trutzbund, calling for the removal of the Jews from German society. Germany, early 1920s.
A large poster showing Jews placed in a cage moving the Germans, and the anti-Semitic caption about the Jewish plot: "The Germans are suffering, our stock exchange in London is strong. Good business! Brothers, we in Paris need money too. If they are thin we will get fat." The announcer addresses the German public with inflammatory words: "German men and women! Finally open your eyes, learn to understand the mockery that the Jews direct at you in your misery..." and calls to join the Deutscher Schutz-und "German Defense" for joint defense against Jewish supremacy! Germany for the Germans! At the bottom of the announcement is a text with empty lines to fill in the personal details. The text calls on anyone who wants to participate in the "German defense" to declare that he is of German origin and that he knows that his ancestors and his ancestors' ancestors, even on his wife's side, are not Jewish. and that one must commit to paying annual subscription fees so that the federation can take care of Jews who also have a lot of money. Germany, 1920s. Size: 30x23 cm. Very good condition.
An anti-Semitic proclamation on behalf of the "German Defense Association" in Hamburg calling for Germany to "get rid of the Jews" - the Jews do not belong to the creative classes... they don't leave, they don't harvest, they grope in the Jewish barns...". Size: 15x12 cm.
An anti-Semitic proclamation on behalf of the "German Defense Association" in Hamburg: "It must be decided whether millions more Jews may immigrate to Germany from the east, since they constitute an economic and cultural danger due to their alienated attitude to life. German soil must be preserved as a home and homeland for the German people, therefore we demand that Jewish immigration be prohibited. Germany To the Germans!". Size: 15x12 cm.
The most active anti-Semitic organization in Germany after World War II was the Deutscher Schutz- und Trutzbund - German Defense Alliance. The movement published books and anti-Semitic advertising material which greatly influenced the views of the leaders of the Nazi Party such as Heinrich Himmler and others. After the organization folded around 1924, many of its members eventually joined the Nazis. The organization was founded in February 1919 in Bamberg with the aim of "fighting" Judaism during a meeting of the Alldeutscher Verband ("All-German League"). The slogan of the organization was "Germany for the Germans". The organization's statutes state that it: "Fights for the moral awakening of the German people.... It sees the harmful and destructive influence of Judaism as the main cause of defeat and the removal of this influence is necessary for the political and economic recovery of Germany, and for the salvation of German culture."
General condition very good .