Hitler in der Karikatur der Welt: Tat gegen Tinte ein Bildsammelwerk
- Alternate Title
- Tat gegen Tinte
manufacture: Leipzig (Germany)
Books and Published Materials
Books and pamphlets
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
Paperback book titled, Hitler in der Karikatur der Welt, with black and white political cartoons from around the world depicting Hitler. First published in 1933, the year Hitler came to power, this edition has a page at the front with a ay 5, 1938 quote from the chariman of a Nazi Party inspection commission stating that the NSDAP has no reservations about the publicaiton of teh book.
Record last modified: 2021-05-25 13:58:33
This page: https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/irn516160
Also in Nazi Germany memorabilia collection
The collection consists of a Berlin medical association circular, an SA kepi, two books, and a box of 46 glass slides relating to the history of the Nazi regime in Germany, 1933-1945.
M1933 uniform kepi with maroon facing of the type issued to enlisted men and non-commissioned officers in the Sturmabteilung [SA], the paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party in the Ostland and Westfalen districts of Germany, between 1933 and 1937. The flat topped cap has a first pattern political Reichsadler badge; the second pattern was released in January 1934, but not required of SA members until June 28, 1937. The manufacture of official equipment was monitored by the Reichszeugmeisterei der NSDAP [National Equipment Quartermaster of the Nazi Party.] After the Nazi regime came to power in 1933, a colored band matching piping and gorgets was added to indicate the SA Gruppe or district from which the unit was drawn. In January 1934, a second pattern eagle was created, but worn primarily by political party leaders until June 28, 1937, when new orders requiring its use by SA members were issued.
January 1945 circular from the RÄK Ärztekanmmer [Medical Association] und KVD. Landesstelle Berlin. This motto is printed on the cover: EHE WIR VON DEUTSCHLAND LASSEN - LASSEN WIR VON UNSERM GEIST! Under the Nazi dictatorship, all associations and organization were under the control of the government. The regime immediately began to ban Jews from practicing certain professions. Fro al while Jewish doctors were permitted to continue treating only Jewish patients. On September 30, 1938, the licenses of all Jewish doctors were withdrawn and they were no longer permitted to practice.
Book with recipes and articles to help raise a healthy German family hy children. There are several full page advertisments throughout the book for related products and services.