- Slave labour and deportation
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sybil Milton
Books and Published Materials
Books and pamphlets
- Object Type
- Physical Description
- "Conditions in Occupied Territories A Series of Reports Issued by the United Nations Information Organization Formerly the Inter-Allied Information Committee"; No. 8; "Slave Labor and Deportation"; 24 pages; black text on white cover and pages; yellowed edges; two staples in spine.
- overall: Height: 9.490 inches (24.105 cm) | Width: 5.980 inches (15.189 cm)
- overall : paper, ink, metal
Rights & Restrictions
- Conditions on Access
- No restrictions on access
- Conditions on Use
- No restrictions on use
Keywords & Subjects
- Legal Status
- Permanent Collection
- The booklet was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1988 by Sybil Milton.
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- 2023-05-03 14:20:58
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Also in Sybil Milton collection
The collection consists of posters and books related to the Soviet Union, the Nazi party, and the Holocaust.
Polychrome poster with caricatured image of Hitler giving the Nazi salute as he is about to step on "CCCP" (USSR); Hitler's outstretched leg is shaped like a lightening bolt; the sole of his shoe is marked with the date "June 22, 1941" which is when Germany invaded the Soviet Union; Harry Truman with "$" on his hat smiles and holds a letter with the words, "Let them kill each other / Truman."
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of a group of capitalists and soldiers looking through a window at soldiers bombarding and bouncing off of a large red wall marked, "Stalingrad." The words of the title come from a Russian folk song.
Polychrome poster with caricatured image of a giant red fist hitting a bandaged Hitler in the back and knocking others off of a gray tank; the arm is marked with the words, "Advance at Kursk," and is overlaid with images of tanks bearing red stars; Hitler is holding a piece of paper with the words, "Plan Zitadel" (Zitadelle).
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of Hitler and Joseph Goebbels looking up in alarm at a large red building with a clock and a star on a steeple; arrows labeled with names of cities are directed from the building to Hitler and Goebbels; cities named are Warsaw, Budapest, Bucharest, Vienna, Sofia, Belgrade, Leningrad, Orel, Belgorod, Kiev, and Odessa
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of a bandaged Hitler walking through snow amid a forest of barren trees shaped like crosses; some of the trees have signs with swastikas and others have signs with messages; individual signs read: "Defeat at Kursk," "Defeat at Leningrad," and "Defeat at Stalingrad."
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of Roosevelt, dressed as an American GI, and Churchill, holding a document, standing on the shore of a body of water; they are both smiling at Hitler who is on the opposite shore, labeled "France," holding another document; Churchill's document is a promise to open a second front; Hitler's document is an order to move troops from the Western Front to the Eastern Front.
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of Hitler, Goebbels, and other Nazi officials impaled on a red flagpole flying the Soviet flag in front of the German Reichstag; the flag bears the date May 9, referring to V-E Day
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of three smiling capitalists rolling out a contract-like carpet for a goose-stepping Nazi soldier with a bloodied bayonet; the contract is titled, "Potsdam Agreement;" a sign labeled, "NATO," points in the direction of the capitalists.
Polychrome poster with an image of a giant, gray man with folded arms wearing a Nazi uniform sitting on yellow soldiers; the scene is surrounded by a wood frame with a sign labeled, "NATO," at the top.
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of three Nazi officials bathing in a helmet-shaped tub with a swastika on the side; a large man wearing a robe, striped pants, and an Iron Cross stands to the side of the helmet; his gaping mouth morphs into a showerhead
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of a soldier shouldering a bomb and goosestepping toward a group of men dressed in gray uniforms and sitting in a dark cell; "Nuremberg" is printed behind the group of men; a sign shaped like an arrow points toward the men and is labeled "Revenge."
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of Adolf von Thadden, a leader of the German National Democratic Party, in a green suit with a his arm raised in a Nazi salute shouting; both of his eyes are white triangles showing the letters, "NDP;" a handkerchief with a swastika is displayed in his jacket pocket
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of two blonde giants toppling soldiers and capitalists with a handshake; on the sleeve of the left-hand man, the initials "GDR" are written, and "USSR" is written on the chest of the right-hand man
Polychrome poster with an image of a United States military officer ice skating with a Nazi soldier wearing a tutu; they have traced the shape of an atomic bomb into the ice
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of a soldier in a horned helmet carrying a sword, a bloodied battle axe, and a shield on a horse with a head in the shape of an atomic bomb and a tail of dollar signs; they approach a red bastion shaped like a warrior holding a shield and missile; the shield is labeled "Warsaw Pact; " flags of other communist countries line the left side of the poster; a golden hammer and sickle are displayed in the right corner.
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of a Soviet soldier amid orange missiles peering at two figures through binoculars; first figure is a capitalist holding an atomic bomb in one hand and a smiling mask in the other; second figure is a scowling Nazi soldier in a patched helmet holding a bloodied knife that is labeled "Revenge."
Polychrome poster with a caricatured image of a Soviet soldier writing on a column as he stares down at smaller figures including a capitalist, a Nazi soldier, and a United States soldier holding an atomic bomb; writing on the column includes phrases, "Glory to the Soviet people" and "We won" as well as signatures that Soviet soldiers wrote on the walls of the German Reichstag after they invaded Berlin in 1945.
Polychrome poster with an image of Soviet missiles aimed at a menacing Israeli soldier, Nazi soldier, and American soldier and an octopus with the head of a capitalist wielding bombs in its tentacles; the capitalist's hat morphs into a smoking cannon
Polychrome poster with an image of a large green statue with a sword; a green soldier bearing a banner labeled "Revenge" kicks the sword. Same image as the folio cover (1988.114.2)
Published sketches created by Leon Delarbre while imprisoned by the Germans in Dora, Auschwitz, Buchenwald, and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps, where he was liberated on April 15, 1945.. Delarbre was arrested on January 3, 1944, for resistance activities against the German regime which had occupied France since June 1940. He was a trained painter as well as a jeweler and watchmaker. In 1935, he founded the School of Fine Arts in Belfort, where he was initially jailed. Friends helped him obtain scraps of paper and pencils to document prison life. He hid the drawings in his uniform to preserve them.
Polychrome poster with two caricatured images. The top image is of Hitler with his nose, shaped like an arrow, pointing at a red star with "MOCKBA" ("Moscow") written around it; the bottom image is of Hitler being hit in the nose by a rifle butt with a red star. The caption to the top image reads: "Here is Hitler's advance;" the caption to the bottom image reads: "The front line straightens."
Portfolio with an image of a large orange statue with a large orange sword; an orange soldier bearing a banner labeled "Revenge" kicks the sword; same image as 19220.127.116.11. Portfolio contains 20 propaganda posters published by the Ministry of Defense in the Soviet Union