Broadside, "Gegen England," Published in Hamburg, [1916-1920?].

Broadside, Hamburg, circa 1916-1920? "Gegen England." Two rhymed couplets by Fritz von Briesen. Printed by Kunstdruckerei Mühlmeister & Johler, Hamburg. In red and black. 1 leaf (27.9 x 42.9 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["Against England." The Briton seeks defeated in open battle, Paid discord us to carry into the country. So is the world-deceiver shows it again: The strongest power is world German loyalty!"]

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Language: German
Published: Hamburg : Kunstdruckerei Mühlmeister & Johler. 1916
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Online Access: https://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:434152