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Antisemitic broadside by Fips warning Germans to beware of Jewish fraud and usury issued by the Nazi Party

Object | Accession Number: 1993.42.2

Anti-Jewish poster designed by Fips (Phillip Rupprecht) and distributed throughout Germany by the Nazi Party. The text only poster urges Germans to fight against Jewish extra high prices and fraudulent practices. These infamous 'black Broadsides' were designed to be pasted onto storefronts. Fips was a well known antisemitic caricaturist for Der Stuermer from 1923-1945. Rupprecht was arrested by the US Army in 1945, tried by a German denazification court, and sentenced to six years hard labor.

Artwork Title
Judische Wucher-Preise und Arisches Gelschäft sind vereinbar
Alternate Title
No More Extra High (Jewish) Prices
Date
approximately 1936-1937  (creation)
approximately 1937  (publication/distribution)
Geography
creation : Munich (Germany)
Language
German
Classification
Posters
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Alex and Boots Kertesz Family
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Record last modified: 2018-10-24 14:06:45
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