Julius Streicher, publisher of Der Stürmer, an antisemitic newspaper, stands trial in Nuremberg on April 29, 1946.
Julius Streicher, publisher of Der Stürmer, an antisemitic newspaper, sits with a stack of documents in his cell during the Nuremberg Trials.
A group of young Germans view the antisemitic newspaper, Der Stürmer, and other Nazi propaganda displayed on a fence.
A cartoon with two panels. The first panel shows a man and a woman relaxing under a tree with a guitar. The second panel shows a man and woman sitting in a movie theater.
Title: "Jewish Culture"
The poster features a Nazi officer with a extermination pump and several rats. The officer stands next to a tree with the German crest carved into the bark of the tree.
Title: "When the Vermin are Dead..."