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Nazi Liste 1 Hitler Election Poster

Nazi Liste 1 Hitler Election Poster

Vintage Nazi Election Poster of Liste 1 Hitler (Zu freier Scholle), Translation: "Hiter List 1, For a Free Land" for the Reichstag Election in Year 1932.

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Nazi Liste 1 Hitler Election Poster
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