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Illustration of a Jewish man holding the Talmud signed 'Fips.' This drawing was intended for Der Stürmer Newspaper, as indicated by the stamp in the lower left corner.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
Typical caricature of a Jew drawn by Philipp Rupprecht, also known as “Fips,” for Julius Streicher’s antisemitic tabloid Der Stürmer. These grotesque, often pornographic cartoons of Jewish stereotypes accompanied the propaganda Streicher disseminated, saturating the consciousness of Germans during the Third Reich, and contributing to the capacity of many Germans to accept the Nazi program. These drawings often ended with the statement that “The Jew is our misfortune. And without a solution to the Jewish question there is no salvation for mankind.”
8 1/4 x 5 7/8"
Der Sturmer, Antisemitic, Philipp Rupprecht, Julius Streicher, Fips, Political
"Caricature of Jew drawn by Philipp Rupprecht for Julius Streicher’s Der Stürmer" (1930). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2014.1.12.