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Allied Propaganda? NSDAP Leaflets for American Soldiers in 1944

The NSDAP produced numerous propaganda leaflets aimed at Allied troops. The following small collection comes from shortly after D-Day in 1944.

It was to give the ‘average Joe’ a hint that Germany did not want the war, and also to make them think of why they were fighting to begin with.

 

This leaflet attempts to persuade American soldiers that the V-1 rocket will turn the tide of the war.

This leaflet attempts to persuade American soldiers that the V-1 rocket will turn the tide of the war.

 

 The reverse of the above leaflet, with quotations from the foreign press.

The reverse of the above leaflet, with quotations from the foreign press.

 

 


Another leaflet on the V-1, showing scenes of apparent disaster in England.

Another leaflet on the V-1, showing scenes of apparent disaster in England.

 The opposite side of the above leaflet.

The opposite side of the above leaflet.

 


 

A leaflet to encourage surrender.

A leaflet to encourage surrender.

 

The opposite side of the above leaflet. The German text says to give the bearer safe conduct.

The opposite side of the above leaflet. The German text says to give the bearer safe conduct.

 


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