The biblical overtone. An eagle hovers against the light of heaven over an idealized Hitler. The text: "Long live Germany!."
A poster before the 1933 election. It reads "The Reich will never be destroyed if you are united and loyal."
This 1938 poster was issued shortly after the Anschluß with Austria. The caption: "One People, One Reich, One Führer."
Before the 1936 referendum. It says, "Greater Germany: Yes on 10 April."
This one is before the 1930 referendum. It says "Check the war-mongers of the world. Every vote for the Führer!"
"All Germany hears the Führer on the People's Receiver." The Nazis, eager to encourage radio listenership, developed an inexpensive radio receiver to make it possible for as many as possible to hear Nazi propaganda.
Another refrendum poster. It says, "I ask the German people to strengthen my faith and to lend me its strength so that I will always and everywhere have the strength to fight for its honor and freedom, to work for its economic prosperity, and particularly to strenthen me in my struggles for genuine peace." Karl Wahl says: "German women and men, it is in your own interest to fulfill the Führer's request and vote on 29 March 1936. Be loyal to him who is loyal!"