Vaterlandspende zur Errichtung Deutscher Kriegsbeschädigten-Erholungsheime [National Appeal for the Establishment of Convalescent Homes for the War-Disabled]

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  • Art.IWM PST 5006
Department
Art and Popular Design
Production date
1918
Place made
Germany
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Materials
  • Support: paper
  • medium: lithograph
Dimensions
  • Support: Height 707 mm, Width 469 mm
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  • object category: Poster
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Category
posters

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whole: the image covers the upper half, with the title and text below, in white and light brown against a black background. image: a bearded convalescent German soldier stands with Germania overlooking a coastal resort. Germania rests her right hand upon the man's shoulder and gestures towards the resort with her left. text: LOUIS OPPENHEIM Vaterlandspende zur Errichtung Deutscher Kriegsbeschädigten-Erholungsheime E.V. Dankt den Verteidigern des Vaterlandes und erhaltet ihre Kräfte der Familie, der Ge- meinde, dem deutschen Volke! Spendet reichlich! Werdet Mitglieder! Auskunft durch die Geschäftsstelle Berlin W.57 Bülowstr. 100,pt. [Amt Lützow 592] KUNSTANSTALT WEYLANDT, BERLIN SO 16 [National Appeal for the Establishment of Convalescent Homes for the War-Disabled, a registered association. Thank the defenders of the Fatherland and receive their strength for the family, the community, the German people. Donate generously! Become members! Information from the head office [address]. Weylandt Art Studio, Berlin SO 16.]

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