"Signal" - the German wartime propaganda magazine, French edition 6, (April-May) 1944. Reflecting Germany's changed fortunes in the Second World War, the magazine cover features the nurses of the Red Cross and the inside story documents the organization's assistance for (German) war victims, plus a special section on its services for Allied prisoners of war. Also reflecting the growing influence of the Waffen-SS in Germany's military, the magazine opens with a brief profile of a Belgian volunteer in the Langemark Brigade; there is an illustrated piece on Germany's struggle against (Tito's) partisans in Yugoslavia; interspersing a long piece on the dissolution of the Comintern there are several color and black and white shots of the German military on the eastern front, the far north and the mountains of Slovenia. Plus a last-minute jibe at the American propaganda/army information series, "In Which We Serve".
There are also a series of cultural articles on the new season at the Paris Theater, and the Stradivarius - and many interesting (for this period of the war) advertisements for consumer goods and leisure. In excellent condition.
מילות מפתח: מיליטריה מיליטאריה מסמכים ניירת תעודות תעודה אישורים צבאית ספרים חוברת חוברות צבא גרמניה מלהע"ם 2