The evils of both Communism and Capitalism were blamed on the Jews.
It was the Jews who discovered Marxism, and the Jews who have attempted for decades to bring world revolution with it. Dr. Goebbels.
In Bolshevism we see, in the 20th century, Jewry’s attempt to gain world domination. Adolf Hitler
If the international Jewish financiers should succeed once more in plunging the nations into a world war, the result will not be the victory of Jewry, but rather the extermination of the Jewish race in Europe. Adolf Hitler
These are wochensprüche (‘saying of the week’) posters. They usually featured a quotation by one of the Nazi leaders or, less frequently, by a German historical figure. Published weekly from 1937 to 1944, more than a thousand different posters appeared; they would have been visible throughout Germany.
Wherever a nation has fallen into misery and hopelessness, there Judah’s seed blossoms!
…his breath is pregnant with poison. The pure die from his kiss. A good death is only one that prolongs his own life. Murder, arson, and lies are his greatest pleasures! No People love him! His devilish face makes one want to vomit. He is not a human, not a ghost, but rather a hellish animal always ready to rip its prey with its claws. Willi Kleine
In our camp stands the Germany of the future. Make way, you from the past, for the powers of rebirth. Your time is up! Alfred Rosenberg
It is clear that Bolshevism was not and is not a battle for a social ideal, but rather a Jewish political battle against the national intelligence of every People. Rosenberg
Warmongers! A rootless international clique sets the nations against each other. They are the people who are at home everywhere and nowhere. Adolf Hitler
GERMANY Above us all stands the great command: You must do your duty to serve your people! Adolf Hitler +++++ The Führer Is Always Right
While the wochensprüche tended toward inspirational or patriotic maxims, weekly commentaries on current events were also published from 1937 to 1943. These were the parole der woche (‘words of the week’) posters.
The men who pull the strings! They are all Jews!
They came in two sizes, as wall posters to be read on billboards and kiosks (above), and as mailing labels to be pasted on envelopes. Such ‘poster stamps’ were commonly used to decorate letters and packages:
Whoever buys from Jews is a Traitor to his People + Fight the Jewish Press! + Whoever wears this Symbol is an Enemy of our People + DO NOT BUY from department stores, DO NOT BUY from Jews + JEWS OUT! (bottom right, in Flemish)