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Estonian Propaganda Posters

The inscription at the bottom of the poster: "Arise to fight!" The soldier with the banner of the Estonian SS Volunteer Division (since May 1944 "The Waffen Grenadier Division of the Waffen SS - the Estonian number

Estonian Propaganda Posters

z- Workers-Soldiers Working Together- (Prop- German-Estonia- WWII)

Negative Nazi propaganda series, "With our flag is victory". Guess it didn't work too well.

Negative Nazi propaganda series, "With our flag is victory".

Estonian  "Your husband, your brother, your son, you are all fighting for the Estonian Legion"

Estonian "Your husband, your brother, your son, you are all fighting for the Estonian Legion"

Sicherheitsdienst - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sicherheitsdienst - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Third Reich

Estonian's were for the most part Nazi supporters. With a few honourable exceptions they rallied to the Nazi cause, some joined the SS and went on a crusade to rid the world of Bolshevism/communism.

The Street Militia was a special division of the MVSN, destined to the surveillance of the road circulation, active from 1928 to 1945, later changed with the current Polizia Stradale.

The Street Militia was a special division of the Blackshirts, the Italian Fascist paramilitary groups. The Militia was in charge of road surveillance from 1928 to

Estonia - Propaganda Posters During World War II

Estonian "The Estonian Legion embodies the spirit of Kalevipoeg" (Kalevipoeg is the hero giant in Estonian mythology)

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