Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

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Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

Post by Cor » 19 May 2018 18:27

When I was doing photo's for my website http://www.nowstalgia.eu I was visiting VettWeiB in Germany finding below image with the lyrics Sieg oder Chaos. Unfortunately I could not find the exact location, but when I was there i found by coincidence the below image made by me with the lyrics Sieg oder Siberien on a house still bearly visible. Are there any other other examples of visible Nazi Lyrics still there?
And also please post other old examples in this thread about nazi lyrics.

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Post by Geoff Walden » 20 May 2018 15:34

Cor, that's amazing that you found remnants of the original "Sieg oder Sibirien" slogan! (In English, we would call these things "slogans" or "graffiti")
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The only things like this that I have seen surviving as originals are some "Luftschutz" and "LSR" (Luftschutzraum) markings on old brick buildings.
Here are some more period photos, all from the U.S. Army Signal Corps Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
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Post by Geoff Walden » 20 May 2018 15:36

some more ...
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Post by Geoff Walden » 20 May 2018 15:38

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Then, of course, there are the many views of der "Schattenmann." But maybe this would be a different topic ...

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Re: Nazi Lyrics at the end of the war

Post by Cor » 20 May 2018 21:24

Geoff Walden wrote:Cor, that's amazing that you found remnants of the original "Sieg oder Sibirien" slogan! (In English, we would call these things "slogans" or "graffiti")
Thanks for the great examples Geoff some photos i've never seen.

And yes you are right, i should use the word slogans. :D

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Re: Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

Post by Synch » 27 May 2018 16:12

Thank you Geoff for sharing those images and a big thank you to Cor, I have just spent my afternoon reading your website. Well done.

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Post by Cor » 03 Jun 2018 21:24

Synch wrote:Thank you Geoff for sharing those images and a big thank you to Cor, I have just spent my afternoon reading your website. Well done.
Thanks Synch for your kind post and interest in my website.

One of the photo's posted by Geoff was taken in Vettweiss. According to the then photo. I was there and i could not find a place which look similar to the place, only the one posted below. I'm convinced it's not the real location but maybe still nice to see the merge. Maybe the location is in the nearby village of Gladbach. The wall at the church there looks very similar.

Any other possibilities? or people from that region that might know more?

After i'm back from holiday i will try to post more of these interesting nazi slogan photo's.

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Post by Mannheim » 03 Jun 2018 23:12

Typisch Deutsch: even the graffiti is done neatly.

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Re: Nazi Lyrics at the end of the war

Post by Moltke44 » 01 Jul 2018 06:50

Geoff Walden wrote:Cor, that's amazing that you found remnants of the original "Sieg oder Sibirien" slogan! (In English, we would call these things "slogans" or "graffiti")
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Also astounded that the remnants remain at all, and that you found them. :thumbsup:

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Re: Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

Post by Cor » 21 Jul 2018 16:42

Another interesting photo of Nazi Slogans in Berlin.
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Re: Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

Post by Bendlerblock » 25 Jan 2019 09:18

Great images guys, I am scouring my archive now

A few years ago I would make scale model buildings for wargames and paint the slogans on the items to make them more realistic

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Re: Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

Post by Bendlerblock » 25 Jan 2019 09:39

Some screenshots and photographs
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Re: Nazi Slogans or Graffiti at the end of the War

Post by Bendlerblock » 25 Jan 2019 09:40

....some others to view
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