Election propaganda for the Reichstag elections 1936

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Election propaganda for the Reichstag elections 1936
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Election propaganda for the Reichstag elections 1936. 'Passers-by read on an advertising column, a propaganda poster for the Reichstag elections with the inscription: 'Adolf Hitler conquered a new province. Increase in the crop yield through the land reclamation of the Labor Service from 1933 until today at 50 million. This is equal to the harvest of the Saarland. Previously: class contradictions and class struggle. Today: workers, students and farmers. Workmates. Previously: insubordination and neglect of youth. Today: education through community work. People's Solidarity. Previously: contempt of manual labor. Today: Labor Service, honorary service of the nation. That's why you should vote for the Fuehrer'. Among them there is an advertisement for the film 'After Office Hours' with Clark Gable and Constance Bennett. Date created: 01.03.1936-31.03.1936'
Location: Berlin, Berlin/City State, Germany

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