German propaganda

Explore the fascinating world of German propaganda and its significant impact on history. Discover the techniques used and the lasting effects it had on society.
WWI - Lucien Bernhard (1883-1972) was employed by the German government during the war to produce propaganda and recruitment posters. This one reads "This is the way to peace—the enemy wants it that way." It features early German gothic style. In 1923, Bernhard moved to New York and developed 35 different typefaces, including one with his surname. History, Art Deco, Ww1 Posters, World War I, German Propaganda, German Government, World War One, Military Art, World War

WWI - Lucien Bernhard (1883-1972) was employed by the German government during the war to produce propaganda and recruitment posters. This one reads "This is the way to peace—the enemy wants it that way." It features early German gothic style. In 1923, Bernhard moved to New York and developed 35 different typefaces, including one with his surname.

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Kostya Bogach