Flyer, "Weihnachtsgabe 1915, Hamburg,” December, 1915.

Flier, Hamburg, 1915, "Weihnachtsgabe 1915, Hamburg ... für einen unserer braven Krieger bestimmt / Hamburgischer Landesverein vom Roten Kreuz, Vaterländischer Frauenhilfsverein, Die Liebesgabe der hamburgischen Detailkaufmannschaft, Zentralausschuss hamburgischer Bürgervereine."  Apparently intended to accompany Christmas gifts to soldiers, from the German Red Cross (Deutsches Rotes Kreuz) of Hamburg and other charitable organizations. No imprint. Text framed with double border in red and black. 1 leaf (13.5 x 16.6 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation.  ["Christmas gift in 1915, Hamburg ... intended for one of our brave warriors / Hamburgischer country club of the Red Cross, the Patriotic Relief Association, the gift of love of the Hamburg Detail merchants, Central Committee Hamburgischer civil associations."]
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Main Author: Deutsches Rotes Kreuz.
Language: German
Published: 1915
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