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even more super images! ,, JagStfl20,,Death from above!


Looking at the 4fTB PC again.. I'm not thinking its TB anymore.. Was looking into the Jerusalem Cross for something else and found this:

https://wiki2.org/en/Fatherland_Front_(Austria)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatherland_Front_(Austria)

Very interesting PC, a fenced in, guarded camp in background,,man in broken chains, that cross on flag in MG placement. Maybe something to do with Austria breaking away, Germany ready to take it [?].

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Intresting links Gaspare. Thanks for the info.That symbol looks identical

On axishistory forum JLEES mentions searching
Nazi Turnerbund and found a small article that this organization sympathized with the Austrian Nazis and clamoured for Anschluss, was anti-Semitic and hated minorities like the Slovenes'

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Posted march 1917

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since halloween is getting close.
1) Austrian born artist 1870-1928

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Artist grade paper postmarked on August 2,1931

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Super thin, see-through, and delicate paper. Amazing it survived in this condition.
A exhausted Germany tries to recuperate as jewish interest spook through the window in search of any blood left to be had.
Death at the door expressed german life in 1924.
Not sure why there is 2 signatures or what the letters above the door represent.

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Postcard with the same point at issue.

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Old print about 1.5' x 2' in need of a cleaning.

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WWI postcard

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Postcard

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Looks like the German officer - two above - has a fireman's bayonet.

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1898 Frankfurt doctor's book plate.
Google translate-
The black rises, the light falls, that's how it often goes in the world.
But thank god! the daring justika is still there

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WW1 postcard

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Unknown signature.

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Durer knock off

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Dean,

Covid poster ? or anti- Smoking ?

Thanks for your enduring effort on these cool images.

Dave

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Pleasure is mine Dave.
Covid or anti smoking... each determines reality and who knows if it is all a dream.
1914 bookplate here.

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Dean,,,how do you keep these? It a photo type box. Or an album with pages for 2 / 3 cards per page?

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Hi Gaspare

They're kept in mylar sleeves.
I do have a carved WW1 box that houses some, other tan that just stacked here and there.
There is one WW2 photo album that has period photos & cards that are original to the album.

Another Bismarck 'cult' type card to add.

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antisemitism

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Not all imperial era graphic art glorified Germanic culture.

Some Samples from the Internet:

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True Dave. Guess every government has their own brand of brainwashing and propaganda to help 'their' people believe they are on the side of righteousness. A powerful tool.
Nurse Cavell's execution by firing squad for treason probably didn't help give a humanitarian impression.

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Italy

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Stage controller

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Here is a great one:

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Last batch

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The photo of death carrying the iron cross is very cool.Thanks

Here is one with france's new friend.

Goolge translated for what it's worth:
You who drove
of the heart knows.
Say: is it love
What is so hot here

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WW1 era postcard

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Oak branch in the wind to the side of cannon set this one off imo.

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All very interesting, thank you.
My fear of drowning just went away a little.
Thanks
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This has always been a fabulously interesting thread. It should be a remembrance of our great friend, William "Bill" Warda "WWII" every time we read it through or post to it.

RIP Bill.

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Originally Posted by derjager
This has always been a fabulously interesting thread. It should be a remembrance of our great friend, William "Bill" Warda "WWII" every time we read it through or post to it.

RIP Bill.

--dj--Joe

Yeah, for sure Joe .
A fantastic help that will be missed. Thanks Bill for your time and contributions to GDC.

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Yes, EIP, Joe

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WOW, they just get better and better!! Thanks very much for showing!

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A lot of symbolism in that card. I'm having trouble deciphering the text.
Anyone good with the translator?

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Thanks for the comments and sorry for the lack of time for translation.
I wish it was a easier process than squinting, pecking, and guessing letters. With this inflation it's all work and no play just to keep up.

Hopefully this one isn't too much a mystery due to next to nill text and picture is worth 1000 word concept.
Medusa dropping bombs in opening stages of WW1.
What town or if this is even right I'm not sure but was impressed by the 3 dimensional art (that doesn't photograph well) and subject matter.
Makes me wonder what this 8"x11" print was even produce for or represented.

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