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Propagands slogans in Berlin and Elseware

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Propagands slogans in Berlin and Elseware

Postby jugendkrieger on 01 Sep 2006 05:00

Does anyone have any pics or know any slogans that were used in late war efforts to raise moral? There were a couple of pics floating around a while back but I cant find them any more.
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Postby jugendkrieger on 01 Sep 2006 06:42

Some i Know

"Berlin Bleibt Deutsche"
(Berlin Remains German)

"Sieg Oder Tod"
(Victory or Death)
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Postby Ohlendorf on 01 Sep 2006 07:13

Well,

"Durchalten"

"Danzig ist Deutsch"

Perhaps I remember some more later.

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Postby kalsby on 04 Sep 2006 08:53

Two photographs from the book "Berlin 1945: The Final Reckoning" :

http://www.amazon.com/Berlin-1945-Recko ... F8&s=books


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"Siegen Oder Sibi-rien" ("Victory or Siberia"). The book doesn't specified when or where is taken.

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"Berlin Bleibt Deutsch" ("Berlin Remains German"). I suppose the photograph was taken in Berlin during the last days of the war
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Postby jugendkrieger on 05 Sep 2006 04:40

Nice!
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