Totaler Krieg - Kürzester Krieg!

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Alle Kraft gespannt! Totaler Krieg - Kürzester Krieg!

(Eng. - "Muster all power! Total war - the shortest war! ")

German propaganda poster from the years 1943-44. After the German army went on a series of setbacks in the war against the Soviets, Joseph Goebbels holds his famous speech in Berlin Sportpalast where he coined the term "total war". This meant an overall shift in society where industry focused entirely on war production, and enrollment in the military came to include more and more.

This poster by Hans Schweitzer (pseudonym Mjölnir) calls the German people to concentrate their efforts to quickly win the war.

Artist: Hans Schweitzer (Mjölnir)

This poster is a reproduction of a carefully restored original and therefore of superb quality, printed on the best paper available on the market.

This print is available in 2 different sizes. For other sizes please contact for an estimate.

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