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Identifier: 
exws_NSDAP_b01_045_002
Title: 
Die Sozialdemokratic ├╝dernahm 1918 ein Wolhgeordnetes Reich [page 2]
Title-Alternative: 
Sozialdemokratic ├╝dernahm 1918 ein "Wolhgeordnetes" Reich
Subject: 
Campaign literature--Germany
Subject: 
Elections--Germany--History--20th century
Subject: 
Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands
Subject: 
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945
Subject: 
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei
Subject: 
Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920)
Subject: 
World War, 1914-1918--Surrenders--German
Subject: 
Germany--Politics and government--1918-1933
Description: 
Election campaign leaflet in support of the SPD in the 1932 Reichstag elections. It challenges the words of Hitler, "In 1918 the SPD took over a super Reich," by explaining the massive debt that the Treaty of Versailles had left Germany. Therefore, the SPD inherited a suffering Germany, crippled by the reparations they owed to the Allied powers. It was in no way their fault that the Weimar Republic had suffered to a great extent.
Creator: 
Becker, Heinrich, 1914-1960
Publisher Original: 
Plakatkunstdruck Eckert
Date Original: 
1932
Language: 
ger
Coverage-Temporal: 
1918 - 1932
Coverage-Spatial: 
Gemany
Rights: 
Copyright 2011 Western Michigan University Libraries. For use of digital image, contact Special Collections, Waldo Library, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA 49008-5353
Provenance: 
Item donated by Professor Emeritus of History, Howard Mowen (1922-2009; WMU faculty, 1949-1982)
Collection Title: 
World War II Propaganda Collections
Type: 
Text
Format: 
image/tiff
Format-Extent: 
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Publisher Digital: 
Western Michigan University
Date Digital: 
2011