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Educational poster showing Jewish control of Berlin professions

Object | Accession Number: 1990.120.6

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    Educational poster showing Jewish control of Berlin professions

    Overview

    Brief Narrative
    Instructional poster with pie graphs showing the percentage of Jews in the medical, cultural and monetary industries of 1932 Berlin. It is from a portfolio of teaching panels designed by Alfred Vogel, a school headmaster and Nazi Party member, to instruct students on the superiority of the Aryan race, the virtue of racial purity, and the burden that Jews, as well as the handicapped, mentally ill, and unfit, place on society. For Hitler's government, the indoctrination of children through the required teaching of Nazi ideology was a powerful tool. The teaching of eugenics and racial biology began in primary school. Vogel's series provided illustrated aids on its key aspects, showing in simple pictures the urgency of the Jewish threat, the danger of racial miscegenation, or mixing of races, and how the pure breed will always be strongest, and mixed breeds must be eliminated.
    Artwork Title
    Verjudung Berlins 1932
    Alternate Title
    The Judiaization
    Series Title
    Erblehre und Rassenkunde no. 61
    Date
    publication/distribution:  1938
    Geography
    publication: Stuttgart (Germany)
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
    Markings
    ront, bottom, red ink : „Die Juden sind unser Unglück” [The Jews are our misfortune]
    front, bottom, black ink : Vogel: Erblehre und Rassenkunde. – Alle Rechte vorbehalten.- Verlag für nationale Literatur, Gebr. Rath, Stuttgart-W [Vogel: Theory of Inheritance and Racial Hygiene. – All Rights Reserved. – Publishing Company for national Literature, Gebr. Rath, Stuttgart- Wurttemburg]
    front, bottom, right outside image: 61
    Contributor
    Publisher: Verlag fur nationale Literatur Gebr. Rath
    Author: Alfred Vogel

    Physical Details

    Language
    German
    Classification
    Posters
    Physical Description
    Color poster printed on cardstock with a title phrase: Derjudung Berlin 1932 / Es marren Juden: [The Judiaization of Berlin 1932 / There are Jews] in Fraktur font across the top. In the center is a sketched portrait of a stereotypical Jewish man, balding with a large nose, ears, hooded eyes, and an unpleasant expression with a bowtie and high collar. Eight red arrows point out from the center image to pie charts that show in red, the proportion of Jews in various professions and all other races in gray with captions below in black ink. Beginning at top center and going clockwise they show: 42% with the caption: Aller Arzte [of all doctors], 52% captioned: Aller Kassenärzte [of all cash doctors], 45% captioned: Aller Krankenhaus-Direktoren [of all hospital directors], 35% captioned: Aller Zahnärzte [of all dentists], 28% captioned: Aller Apotheker [of all pharmacists], 48% captioned: Aller Rechtsanwälte [of all lawyers], 56% captioned Aller Notare [of all notaries], 80% captioned Aller Theaterleiter [all the theater directors]. This poster is no. 61 in Vogel's series, and 1 of 9 in collection 1990.120
    Dimensions
    overall: Height: 15.375 inches (39.053 cm) | Width: 11.625 inches (29.528 cm)
    Materials
    overall : cardstock, ink

    Rights & Restrictions

    Conditions on Access
    No restrictions on access
    Conditions on Use
    No restrictions on use

    Administrative Notes

    Provenance
    The poster was acquired by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1990.
    Record last modified:
    2022-12-15 16:19:58
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