ORIGINAL PRE-WW2 FINAL GERMAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS of 1938 BROADSIDE
ORIGINAL – PRE-WW2 FINAL GERMAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS of 1938 BROADSIDE. ORIGINAL and IMPORTANT HISTORIC POLITICAL PRE-WW2 FINAL GERMAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS of 1938 BROADSIDE. Parliamentary elections were held in Germany (including recently annexed Austria) on 10 April 1938. They were the final elections to the Reichstag during Fascist political rule and took the form of a single-question referendum asking whether voters approved of a single list of Fascist and pro – Fascist guest candidates for the 814-member Reichstag as well as the recent annexation of Austria. Turnout in the election was officially 99.6% with 99.1% voting’yes’. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL LIGHTLY USED BROADSIDES THAT WERE HANDED OUT IN GERMANY LEADING UP TO THE GERMAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS of 1938. THE TEXT OF THE BROADSIDE HIGHLIGHTS SOME POINTS THE WW2 GERMAN LEADER HAD DONE FOR THE CITIZENS. FRONT PAGE STARTS WITH. THE FUHRER GAVE BREAD TO THE ELDERS. BACK PAGE ENDS WITH. WE THANK OUR FUHRER! ALL OF GERMANY HAPPILY GOES TO HIM. WE ALL VOTE YES! PRINTED IN GERMANY CIRCA APRIL 1938. BLACK INK TWO SIDES. LIGHT WEIGHT GROUND WOOD NEWSPRINT PAPER. DIMENSIONS: 8 7/8″ x 12 3/16″.