WWII propaganda art by Berlin dadaist John Heartfield.
Der sinn von genf. Wo das kapital lebt, kann der friede nicht leben! / The meaning of Geneva. Where capital lives, peace cannot live!
In November 1932, at Geneva, site of the League of Nations, workers demonstrating against fascism were machine gunned down: 15 dead and 60 wounded. Heartfield re-released this poster in 1960, showing only the bayoneted dove and the words,”Niemals Wieder! (Never Again!)
Profit heißt Krieg / Profit means war
Cover of the pamphlet 13 Jahre Mord (13 years of murder)
Alle Fäuste zu einer geballt / Every fist clenched into one
A-I-Z, vol XIII, no 40, 1934
A montage in support of the call for an anti-Fascist United Front in the League of Nations plebiscite in January 1935 which was to prevent the Saarland, administered by the League from 1919 to 1935, from being swallowed up by Fascist Germany. The plebiscite resulted in resoration to Germany.
O Tannenbaum im deutschen Raum, wie krumm sind deine Äste! / Oh Christmas tree in German lands, how bent are your branches!
A-I-Z, vol XIII, no 52, 1934