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Front: A cartoon of a Jewish man climbing hill with a goat. Includes a caption that translates to, "So the Jew robbed the last piece and poverty, misery remains."
Back: White postcard with black printed postcard lines. Includes writing in grey ink, a grey postage stamp, black and red hand stamps, and a pasted sticker with an illustration of a Jewish face. The text on the red hand stamp translates to, "How have worn... laughing, and find like... remain free! ... 21 September 1938."
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: The date of the postmark, September 30, 1938, was the date that Germany, France and Britain signed the Munich Pact, which essentially sealed Czechoslovakia's fate, putatively warding off a crisis by ceding the Sudetenland to Hitler.
4 x 5 3/4"
Antisemitic, Munich Pact, Star of David, Swastika, Reich seal
"Postcard Celebrating Germany Occupation of Czechoslovakia" (1938). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2014.1.178.