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White paper with green background. Black text in upper left corner. Depicts a shirtless man in shackles looking down at a crude caricature of a Jewish man with a large belly, wearing maroon and has a yellow Star of David on his clothes. He sits upon a mountain of skulls.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
Antisemitic, Soviet poster possibly produced by Nazi Germany after the invasion of the Soviet Union in Operation Barbarosa in 1941. It has a caricature of a disreputable Jewish man sitting on top of a group of skulls. A figure is hovering over the seemingly frightened Jew. The poster reads broken shackles.
33 x 23"
Star of David, Skulls, Shackles
""Broken Shackles" German Antisemitic Poster" (1943). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2015.2.176.