Broadside, "Was der Feind will!," [1917].

Broadside, [1917], "Was der Feind will!" Refers to the peace offer of the German Emperor Wilhelm II on 12 December 1916, and details the terms set by the Entente powers in response, conveying that these are unacceptable. Concluding passage specifies address to German soldiers (Deutsche Soldaten!). Published by Kriegspresseamt, Berlin; printed by Lindendruckeri u. Verlags-Gesellschaft m.b.H., Berlin. Text in red and black, framed with a double border in red and black. 1 leaf (23.2 x 31.8 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["What the enemy wants!"]
See flyer German soldiers received, from Wilhelm II, on the peace offer.

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Language: German
Published: Kriegspresseamt, Berlin.
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