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Some sort of Communist... Jew... Nazi propaganda, thing?

Anti-Communist propaganda is more awesome than any horror movie poster Bolshevism Unmasked, WWII

1944 anti-American Nazi propaganda poster

Liberators: Kultur Terror - Anti-American Nazi Propaganda Poster words Alexander Dugin is a popular, well-connected, and academically respected

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Turns out the Jews were responsible for controlling the Allies and their politics, at least according to this German propaganda poster. Again, the classic image has the big nose and chubbiness - not sure why he even needs the Jewish star top hat.

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Anti Falangist propaganda in Spain clearly linked Christianity (represented by the bishop's mitre) with Nazism (represented by the swastica) and fascism (represented by the fasces-bomb, and with blood-shed and death.

WW1 Swedish propaganda poster WW1. ( "National `defence First"). Sweden didn't participate in the war but the threat was very much present, therefore Swedish military authorities did it best to inform the people regarding the eventuality that the war could come.

Swedish propaganda poster ( "National `defence First"). Sweden didn't participate in the war but the threat was very much present, therefore Swedish military authorities did it best to inform the people regarding the eventuality that the war could come.

DNVP Reichstag election poster, 1924. A big and strong eagle with the colors of the imperial monarchy and a little weak eagle with the colors black, red and yellow of the Weimar Republic. "Papphelm Nollet Selects Black-White-Red. That's German National!".

DNVP Reichstag election poster, A big and strong eagle with the colors of the imperial monarchy and a little weak eagle with the colors black, red and yellow of the Weimar Republic. That's German National!

The Greatest Soviet Propaganda Posters Ever

The Greatest Soviet Propaganda Posters Ever

"We Beat 'Em Before...We'll Beat 'Em Again!" ~ WWII propaganda poster.

‘We beat em before. We'll beat em again." France surrendered to the Nazis in June and this UK poster was possibly produced in response, encouraging the population to fight, rather than cave in. Artist and date unknown.

Mit unsern Fahnen ist der Sieg

" The caption of this 1940 German propaganda poster translates: “Victory is with our Flags!” copies were distributed.

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