Flier for a parade protesting the annexation of the Sudetenland
- Save Czechoslovakia! Zero Hour Parade
1938 October 01
New York (N.Y.)
- Object Type
Fliers (printed matter) (aat)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
Flier advertising the Zero Hour Parade for Peace in New York City, October 1, 1938, sponsored by United Czechoslovakian Societies, NY City Division, American League for Peace and Democracy, United Jugoslav Federation. On September 30, 1938, France, Great Britain, and Italy signed the Munich Pact, an agreement with Hitler approving Germany's annexation of the Sudetenland, a border region of Czechoslovakia, in exchange for a promise of peace from Hitler. Czechoslovakia was not a participant in the Conference
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Also in US Anti-Nazi propaganda collection
The collection consists of three postcards, two posters, a flier, and a pamphlet produced in America, protesting the Nazi regime in Germany.
Date: approximately 1933-1938
US wartime poster asking Americans not to be influenced by Nazi propaganda encouraging them to spread hateful rumors about blacks, Jews, or Brits.
Postcard issued by the Legion of Judea in the United States, warning people to remember Belgium and 1914, a reference to the invasion of Belgium by Germany that launched World War I (1914-1918.) It was refrred to as the Rape of Belgium because of the brutal treatment and killing of civilians. The Legion calls for a boycott to end Nazi rule in Germany.
Potcard issued by the Legion of Judea in the United States. It calls for the defeat of Nazism and the restoration of German civilization.