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WW2 Propaganda

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Kurt Johnston

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of WW2 Propaganda

WWII Propaganda This poster is from the 1936 referendum. The text: "Before: Unemployment, hopelessness, desolation, strikes, lockouts. Today: Work, joy, discipline, comaradarie. Give the Führer your vote" Nazi Posters Much of the German Propaganda put down or discriminated against the Jew's, and other non aryan's [meaning a pure race of preferably blond haired blue eyed populace]. In the poster to the right it shows a jew hording all of Germany's wealth Discrimination against the Jew's German Swastika as a Symbol of Power The German Swastika and Egale are a
symbol of power becasue of the Colors,
Red meaning blood, and white and black
adding effect. The eagle on the other hand
is the top bird of prey and symbolies power
in it's self
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