Broadside, "Deutsches Volk, Schütze deine Verfassung!" By Zentralverlag Hamburg, [March 17, 1920?].

Broadside, Hamburg, [circa 17 March 1920]: "Deutsches Volk, Schütze deine Verfassung!" Text signed: Zentralverlag Hamburg. Addresses the German people on the occasion of the end of the Kapp Putsch, referring to the flight of Kapp, and the resignation of General von Lüttwitz. Printed by Hamburger Buchdruckerei und Verlagsanstalt Auer & Co., Hamburg. 1 leaf (28 x 20.8 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. Confirmation from Deutsches Historisches Museum's catalog record, [GOS-Nr. D2A08203]: "Original title: 'German People! / Protect your makeup!' Leaflet with the call for restoration of constitutional order, after the failure of the Kapp Putsch." Another automated translation of the title, ""German people, Protect your Constitution!""

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Language: German
Published: Hamburg : Hamburger Buchdruckerei und Verlagsanstalt, Auer & Co. 1920
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