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German ephemera, 1928 - 1945

 File — Multiple Containers

Scope and Contents

Stapled booklets: "Wahlen 1928", printed by Druck Max Lichtwitz, Berlin, detailing the threat of antisemitic "Völkisch" press and politics in the 1928 elections; a pamphlet, "Ew. Hochwohlgeboren!", reporting a scandal surrounding Hitler's chief of staff, Ernst Röhm, and publishing several related letters; two programs, "Die Frechheit: Ein Magazin des Humors Das Programmheft des Kabaretts der Komiker", 1931-1932; two catalogs for the Berlin department store Nathan Israel's Fall season, 1938, addressed to Frau Eisenstädt, New York. Additional material in oversize box 9: special issue from Ullstein-Dienst, "Die grosse Notverordnung", or fourth emergency decree of the Reich President to secure the economy and protect internal peace (1931-12-08); Number 20 issue of "Deutschland Erwacht! Kampsblatt der Schaffenden" with headline reading "Schöne 'Nazi-Barone'" (1932-07-20); Number 90 issue of "Front und Heimat: Die deutsche Soldatenzeitung" with headline reading "Freie Jagd mit der Panzerfaust" (1945-03).


  • Issued: 1928 - 1945

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From the Collection: 3.93 Linear Feet (7 document cases, 6 oversize flat boxes, and 1 photo-album binder/box)

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Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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