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Nazi propaganda. Translation: "Long Live Germany"


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Source: [ Nazi Posters: 1933-1945] Robert D. Brooks/National

Quote: I am not certain of the date of this astonishing poster, although I am quite sure it is from before 1939. This poster makes the most direct Christological comparison I've seen. Just as a dove descended on Christ when he was baptised by John the Baptist, so what looks to be an eagle hovers against the light of heaven over an idealized Hitler. The text: "Long live Germany!." Courtesy of Dr. Robert D. Brooks.

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