(Auction #109) January 7, 10-11, 2015 ORCOEXPO (ANAHEIM)
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Rare item from 1942. In this board game, German soldiers undergo training in a step-by-step process. After being given orders, they see action in which a house is set ablaze, and they take a civilian prisoner with facial characteristics that would be identifiable to Germans as Jewish. Such caricature had already been used heavily by the Nazi regime for many years, and thus such imagery would be readily recognized by the German population, including youth. The depiction of this prisoner, including facial characteristics, in strong contrast to that of the other "Germans" depicted in the game. The soldiers are shown being rewarded for their act, by getting "vouchers" and being given "furlough" pass by commanding officer. Game measures 13"x8". An incredibly rare example of the extent of the anti-Semitic propaganda and campaign of Hitler and the Nazi Party. In excellent condition.
1940s THIRD REICH NAZI ANTI-SEMITIC BOARD GAME
1940s THIRD REICH NAZI ANTI-SEMITIC BOARD GAME
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Auction closed on: Wednesday, January 7, 2015