Broadside, Scrap Metal Drive for "Aluminum, Kupfer, Messing, Nickel, Zinn ist genug im Lande! . . . . Deutsche Frauen und Männer! Was im Haushalt, im Geschäft entbehrlich, oder leicht zu ersetzen ist, liefert es ab!" on September 30, [1915-1916].

Broadside, Berlin, circa 1916-1918. Text: "Aluminum, Kupfer, Messing, Nickel, Zinn ist genug im Lande! . . . . Deutsche Frauen und Männer! Was im Haushalt, im Geschäft entbehrlich, oder leicht zu ersetzen ist, liefert es ab!" Image: Worker holding sack, collecting metal. Printed by Imberg & Lefson, Berlin. Text and image both in black, on blue paper. 1 leaf (18.2 x 41.6 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["Aluminum, copper, brass, nickel, tin is enough in the land.... German men and women! What's in household, business dispensable, or easy to replace, it delivers!"]

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Language: German
Published: Berlin : Imberg & Lefson. 1915
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Online Access: https://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:434148