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|1914 The Annexation policy / 1917 Victory in the East!|
|World War II||German|
|E.H./S.O.1||1940||2||13.5 cm x 21.5 cm|
|Printer/s||Date of First Print-run|
|Total Number of Leaflets Printed||Total Number of Leaflets Pulped|
|First Dissemination by Aircraft||Last Dissemination by Aircraft||Total No. Dropped by Aircraft|
|21/22 March 1940||21/22 April 1940||692,550|
1914 The Annexation policy in Belgium drew on Germany the hate of the civilized world, and led in spite of successful campaigns in the East to final
[Picture of HINDENBURG and FOCH, the former very downcast]
1939 Again Annexation policy, this time in Bohemia and Poland; again world hate of Germany: and again the British Empire fights against
194? annexation policy and oppression
TO THE END!
“Therefore I say – and I speak both for this country and for the whole Empire – until we are satisfied that freedom is safe we shall continue to fight to the utmost of our soul and of our strength”.
Neville Chamberlain, February, 1940
1917 VICTORY IN THE EAST
[Picture of weary 1918 soldier coming home to a starved wife and child]
1918 The return home to misery
1939 AGAIN VICTORY IN THE EAST
[Picture of doubtful looking soldier saying goodbye to his young wife]
"Therefore the fact of forming an alliance with Russia would be the signal for a new war. And the result of that would be the end of Germany”.
Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, p.749