3 finding aid(s) found containing the word(s) Broadsides--Germany.

  1. Post-World War II posters from Germany, 1945-1947

    16 containers. Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 6.4 feet. Approximate number of items: 810. -- Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    A collection of official posters and broadsides from Allied Powers-occupied Germany for the immediate post World War II (post-1945) period, included with confiscated materials from the Library's Third Reich Collection. Contains official notices by the American and Allied occupying government from 1946-1947; official notices by local governments in Leipzig, Berlin, and elsewhere; and announcements for cultural events such as lectures, concerts, plays, sports activities and other events in selected areas throughout Germany, mostly in Bavaria. Also contains numerous party and election posters for the emerging political party movements banned during the Nazi regime (such as the Communist, Liberal, Christian Democrat, and Social Democratic parties).

  2. Posters of the German Military Government in the Generalgouvernement Warschau (German occupied Poland) from World War I, 1915-1916

    3 containers. Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 1.2 . Approximate number of items: 101 . -- Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    A collection of posters of official announcements by the German military government in Poland. Topics include setting exchange rates of currency, licensing, issuing identity cards, handling animals, requesting skilled labor for work in factories and coal mines, banning or controlling sales of alcohol, regulating rents and property taxes, registration of visitors to Warsaw, controlling flour, bread and rationing other staples. Includes numerous posters announcing court martial sentences and executions of Polish and Russian citizens tried for robbery, espionage, and other crimes as well as posters offering rewards for the capture of criminals. Many of the posters are published by the Deutsche Warschauer Zeitung or the Deutsche Staatsdruckerei.

  3. Nazi party and other early 20th century German history related posters

    16 containers. Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 30 linear feet. Approximate number of items: 425 . -- Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    A collection of posters and broadsides related to the rise and establishment of the German Nazi Party, 1923-1945 and some earlier related materials from the aftermath of World War I. Includes announcements of speeches or appearances by Nazi leaders Hans-Jürgen von Arnim, Josef Burckel, Hermann Esser, Karl Fiehler, Hans Frank, Wilhelm Frick, Paul Giesler, Walter Graf, Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Hitler, Karl Holz, Rudolf Jordan, Dietrich Klagges, Bernhard Köhler, Robert Ley, Hasso von Manteuffel, Martin Mutschmann, Alfred Rosenberg, Friedrich Schlegel, Franz Schwede, Ludwig Siebert, Julius Streicher, Rudolf Trautmann, Adolf Wagner, and Walter Zimmermann. Also anti-Nazi political materials announcing speeches or appearances by Theodor Haubach, Hans Jendretzki, Käte Kern, Paul Mielitz, Gotthard Roll, Ernst Thälmann, Ernst Torgler and Mathilde Wurm. Includes blank posters to fill in for general announcements of Nazi party activities. Also includes election campaign posters for the NSDAP (Nazi party), DAF (German Worker's Front), KPD (Communist party) and SPD (Social Democratic party). Includes announcements of party rallies and regional (Gau) meetings; conferences and cultural events; appeals for charity campaigns of the Winterhilfswerk and Hindenburgspende; propaganda posters with slogans by Hitler, Goebbels, Göring and Himmler; exhibition announcements and public information notices. Includes materials from German occupied Sudetenland, (Czechoslovakia), Poland, Austria and groups sympathetic to the Nazis in other European countries.