"The enemy sees your light! Black out!" This in the later stages of the war as Allied aerial bombings increased.
"Mothers! Fight for your children!" It propagated the Nazi goal of encouraging as many births as possible.
Before World War II began, Germans were allowed to listen to foreign radio broadcasts. This was banned once the war began, and by the end of the war people were executed for listing to enemy radio stations. In this poster, probably a Marxist broadcasts from London, Moscow, and other enemy states, while a German listens in the darkness, trying to conceal his crime.
The German term Kinderlandverschickung translates as "sending children to the countryside." 1942-1943. Allied bombing of German cities had increased to the level that children in cities were being sent to the countryside for safety.
POWER OF PROPAGANDA: GOEBBELS TALKS OF A COUNTER-ATTACK ON RUSSIA...IN MARCH 1945
This poster was distributed in occupied Europe and satellite countries from 1942 onwards. It was part of the Nazi attempt to persuade occupied Europe that it was part of a common European crusade against Bolshevism.
"Adolf Hitler is victory!" It was withdrawn from circulation after the defeat at Stalingrad.
May 1942. The text translates as: "Work as hard for victory as we fight!"
This one praises the German U-Boats. It says,
13 Million Tons
This is an SS recruiting poster. It says one can join at 18, and sign up for shorter or longer periods of service. It gives the address of the recruiting office in Munich.
"The Jew: The inciter of war, the prolonger of war." This poster was released in late 1943 or early 1944.