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Members of the SA drive through the streets of Recklingshausen, Germany on propaganda trucks bedecked with anti-Jewish banners.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 80821

Members of the SA drive through the streets of Recklingshausen, Germany on propaganda trucks bedecked with anti-Jewish banners.

The banners read: " He who knows the Jew knows the Devil," "The Bourgeois: 'the economy is everything." The poster depicts a man using a swastika to crush Jews with snakes coming out of their heads. On the back is the official stamp of the SA and a handwritten note, "At the beginning of the Propaganda parade on August 18, 1935."

Date
1935 August 18
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Warren A. Gorrell
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Record last modified: 2003-03-27 00:00:00
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