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Nazi Brutality WWII Radio Berlin Lidice Massacre Czechoslovakia


Original vintage World War Two poster - This is Nazi Brutality - featuring a striking design by Ben Shahn (1898-1969) with the bold red lettering above a typed telegram style message on pale yellow reading - Radio Berlin. It is officially announced all men of Lidice Czechoslovakia have been shot: the women deported to a concentration camp: the children sent to appropriate centres The name of the village was immediately abolished. 6/11/42/115P. - in front of a man in a suit handcuffed to chains with a cover on his head in front of a red brick wall and dark blue shaded sky in the background. Czechoslovakia was under occupation by Nazi Germany from 1939-1945; in June 1942 Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler ordered the destruction of Lidice in Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic), killing all males over 15 years old and deporting the women and children to concentration camps, with orders to burn down the entire village in retaliation to the assassination attack on the Reich Protector Reinhard Heydrich. Issued by the United States Office of War Information. Good condition, restored paper losses, restored pinholes, restored tears, restored folds, backed on linen.

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