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Visualizing Otherness I - Set 5

Visualizing Otherness: Nazi and other use of visual representation - Continued

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judaica postcard

Austro-Hungarian circa 1900 Show Jews infiltrating spa at Karlsbad.

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Anti-Semitic Pottery Ashtray Yiddish Clipper. 1940's-50's era anti-semitic humor.

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Anti-semitic pamphlet from France, 1930s 

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Judaica, anti-Semitic picture Postcard, Austria WWI

A picture post card issued by a widows and Orphans organization, clearly anti-Semitic, postaly used via German Feldpost, 11/15/1917.

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Imperial Germany postcard showing Jews being expelled to Palestine or shown the way. Probably connected with anti-Semitic campaign of early 1890s

World War II Poster of National Socialism, Germany linking Judaism to Bolshevism.

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Stamped Philadelphia, PA. 1907

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Austro-Hungarian Empire, circa 1900 (below).

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Post card from Leipzig, 1899 (below).

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Anti-semitic postcard showing intrusion of Jews at the spa at Marienbad, attempting to look and act like Germans (below).

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1898 Post card showing Jews of Bukovina (below).

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Images of Jews intruding at Karlsbad, Czechoslovakian spa west of Prague

World War II propaganda poster dropped by the Germans from PLANES on Soviet Territory to incite hatred and genocide against the Jews.  On the flier is written that there is no place in Russian for the Jewish and if Russian soldiers will kill Jew people, the war will end. paper, 8.25" x 6"

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Schnitzelbank postcard includes anti Semitic image.

Postmarked Buffalo, New York January 4, 1915.

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German Beer Stein

Turn of the 19th/early 2oth century German beer stein which says "Hail to the Kosher Nation." Another inscirption says "Raus! Raus Deutschland." ("Out, out Germany!). Also with scene of a battlefield and Jewish bank. This type of pop culture anti-Semitism in items such as a beer stein is probably a reaction to the emancipation of the German Jews, confirmed in the Constitution of the German Empire, 1871.

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Anti-Semitic Image Russian WWI propaganda.

Russian postcard Skobelev Committee of Care for Wounded. Published by Union of St. Petersburg, Russian Empire, pre-1917. The card shows German alliance being carried in a basket. All of them, even German, have Jew's noses. The only non-Jewish person is the Russian hero with a sword and banner.

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