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File:Nazi poster Teutonic Knights (1920).jpg

Description Propaganda poster of the Deutschnationale Volkspartei ( German National People's Party, not the Nazi Party) "Save the East" for 1920 elections. It depicts a Teutonic Knight threatened by a Pole and a socialist.
Date 1920
Source Burleigh, Michael (June 1985), "The German Knight: Making of A Modern Myth", History Today 35 (6), ISSN 0018-2753
Author Unknown; publisher: Deutschnationale Schriftenvertriebsstelle G.m.b.H. : Offsetdruck August Scherl G.m.b.H.
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