Auction 12 Important collection, Eretz Israel, settlement, anti-Semitism, Holocaust and She'erit Ha-Pleita, postcards and photographs, Judaica - Books, Chabad, Rabbinical Letters
Aug 2, 2021
Abraham Ferrera 1 , Jerusalem, Israel

The auction will take place on Monday, August 2nd, 2021 at 19:00 (Israel time).
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LOT 39:

Collection of antisemitic paper and propaganda materials - Nazi Germany

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Collection of antisemitic paper and propaganda materials - Nazi Germany


10 antisemitic paper items. Austria and Nazi Germany, the first decades of the 20th century to the 1930s.


Among them: Rare publication - DE JUDEN IM WELTRIEG - an antisemitic poem about the Jews in World War - printed in Berlin [1920s] as a four-page booklet - the author describes how the Jews exploited the war of peoples for personal interests; a postcard with an antisemitic poem distributed during World War II: "Run over the Jews, and stand up for arms ... Long live Germany, and death to Judah ..."; postcard with a printed caption publishing the German Journal of Genealogical Research with a list of German experts in the field of race theory - stamped with ink and sent by mail in October 1924; Antisemitic postcards - including postcard of "Der Kleine Cohn" (Little Cohen - sent in 1916) - and a rare postcard with a stereotypical figure of a Jew from Munich greedily holding the silver sack (sent in 1910); an advertisement in a postcard format for the antisemitic magazine "Der Jude" - "The Jew" Distributed in Austria, signed in 1917; an advertisement in a postcard format for an antisemitic German newspaper inviting the public to come and attend a convention to distribute it; an antisemitic pamphlet published in Hamburg in the 1930s describing how the rise of the Nazi party and its capture of the German Reichstag would eventually break the jews; Antisemitic stamp 'The new face of the beggar Jew' - around 1910; and more.


Various sizes, general condition very good.


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