Artistic depiction of the putsch heroes, with pre-printed postage on the back. 10th anniversary edition from 1933.
The postcard can come optionally with an autographed photo of Adolf Hitler and top Nazis during the annual march commemorating the Putsch and its victims (not the cops though).
Photo is also available separately here.
You could say the Nazi’s fight for power started on November 9, 1923 in Munich and ended 21.5 years later in ruined Berlin. For half of this time it actually seemed they had won, not only in Germany, but also across Europe.
On November 9, 1923, when the brute force attempt to take over power in Bavaria failed miserably, their chances looked bleak. Ten years later the slogan “Und Ihr habt doch gesiegt!” (“And you have triumphed after all!”) became the fact and throughout the next decade it only grew more true as Nazis solidified their rule of Germany, became widely admired for their domestic accomplishments internationally and later triumphant on the battlefields across Europe.
The slogan was finally proven wrong on May 8, 1945 and stayed wrong ever since.
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