anti-Semitic propaganda exhibition titled Der ewige Jude
(The Eternal Jew) opened at Munich on November 8, 1937. Jews
were portrayed as moral degenerates in exhibits, lectures,
books, and posters -- alternatively as money-grubbing
capitalists or as Communist conspirators, either way bent on
Harand, a German Christian, organized anti-Nazi resistance
from a base in Austria.
organization's propaganda label on a January 1, 1938, post
card from Hodonin, Czechoslovakia, to
Nürnberg, Germany, honors the great German Jewish poet
Heinrich Heine, whom the Nazi exhibit had attacked. It
quotes Bismark and Nietzsche in praise of Heine.
Printed-to-private order 6-pfennig Hindenburg Medallion
picture postal card advertising the anti-Jewish exhibition,
with November 8, 1937, Munich commemorative hand
cancellation. next >>