Broadside, "An die Bevölkerung Gross-Hamburgs!," From: Hamburg Mayor, Arnold Dietsel, and others, [March 20, 1920?].

Broadside, Hamburg, [circa late March 1920], "An die Bevölkerung Gross-Hamburgs!" Text signed by Hamburg mayor Diestel, senators Hense and Hegemann, and others. Address to the population of greater Hamburg, referring to the end of the Kapp Putsch and the role of Hamburg in its defeat, through united efforts of the ruling left parties, the senate, and the citizenry, and appealing for renewed dedication to revival of economic life. Printed by Hamburger Buchdruckerei und Verlagsanstalt Auer & Co., Hamburg. 1 leaf (28.6 x 20.8 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["To the people Gross-Hamburg!"]

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Main Author: Diestel, Arnold.
Language: German
Published: Hamburg : Hamburger Buchdruckerei und Verlagsanstalt, Auer & Co. 1920
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