A Farsighted Englishman Nazi poster on the need to destroy the US-Jewish conspiracy to rule the world
overall: Height: 37.000 inches (93.98 cm) | Width: 47.250 inches (120.015 cm)
The poster was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1990 by the Museum für Deutsche Geschichte.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Museum für Deutsche Geschichte
Funding Note: The cataloging of this artifact has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
The poster was issued on August 12, 1942, for the Parole der Woche (Slogan of the Week) series produced by the Nazi Party in Germany from 1936-1943. The series was discontinued in 1943 because of paper shortages caused by the prolonged war.
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Offset lithographic poster on linen backing with a reproduction of an illustration on the left surrounded by German text on a yellow background. The title in bold font is across the top, followed by 3 paragraphs describing the Jewish conspiracy to take over the world. The top right paragraph is designed as if on an affixed piece of white paper. The illustration also mimics a separate paper. It has a top frame of the extended upper wing and head of a left facing eagle enclosing a series of 5 panels captioned: HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES / Copyright Life Pub. Co. 1909 - transferred to Pastime Novelty Co. 1913. The panels depicts: a Native American standing on a cliff edge, with Uncle Sam hiding behind a rock; Uncle Sam pushes the Native American Indian off the cliff; Uncle Sam stands on the cliff edge, with a caricatured Jew hiding behind a rock; Uncle Sam is pushed off the cliff by the Jew; the Jew stands on the cliff edge. There is a Parole der Woche seal in the upper right corner.
front, bottom left corner, pencil : f 62 / 1789