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Nazi propaganda poster advertising a special issue of "Der Stuermer" on Rassenschande [Race Pollution]

Object | Accession Number: 1990.41.13

Nazi propaganda poster advertising a special issue of "Der Stuermer" on "Rassenschande" [race pollution]. The poster warns of interracial relationships, justifying and explaining the Nuremberg laws. The text reads: "Race Pollution. Since 1923, Julius Streicher has enlightened the public about race pollution. In 1933, the Fuehrer declared race pollution a crime, punishable by imprisonment. Nevertheless, thousands of race crimes continue to be committed in Germany by Jews. What is Race Pollution? Why did the Fuehrer proclaim the Nuremberg Laws? Why do Jews, systematically and in massive numbers, commit racial crimes against the German woman? What are the consequences of race pollution for the German maiden? What are the consequences of race pollution for the German Volk? The new Stuermer special issue."

Artwork Title
Rassenschande
Alternate Title
Race Pollution
Date
1935  (issue)
Geography
issue : Germany
Language
German
Classification
Posters
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Deutsches Historiches Museum
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