Deutscher Kleinempfänger [German small radio]
Audiovisual and Photographic Materials
- Object Type
Radio Receivers and reception (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, The Abraham and Ruth Goldfarb Family Acquisition Fund
Deutscher Kleinempfänger [German small radio] manufactured by G. Schaub in 1938. The radio was produced to help spread Nazi propaganda. It was made to sell at a low cost, so the majority of people could afford it. It lacked shortwave reception to make it difficult to receive foreign broadcasts. The radio was nicknamed Goebbels’ Schnauze [Snout], referring to the Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, who often addressed the public through radio.
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Also in German cultural propaganda collection
The collection consists of a bust of Hitler, an Olympic torch holder, and a German made radio associated with the history of Germany under the Nazi regime.
Olympic torch holder used during the 1936 Berlin Olympics. It is engraved with the 1936 Olympics torch relay route from Olympia, Greece, to Berlin, Germany.
Bronze sculpture of the head of Adolf Hitler by Ernst Seger (1868-1939).