Der Pimpf was the Nazi magazine for boys, particularly those in the Deutsches Jungvolk, with adventure and propaganda. It first appeared in 1935 as Morgen, changing its name to Der Pimpf in 1937; its publication frequency went down with the war.
20 aprile 1889 – Berlino, 30 aprile 1945 Ihr Geist lebt in Uns HEIL HITLER!
Algo do tipo "Todos nós ajudamos - Uma campanha [no sentido militar] da Juventude Hitlerista"
1939, Propaganda-Postkarte "Nationalsozialisten & Soldaten - Kameraden" mit rs. farbiger Abb. "SS-Mann mit Hakenkreuzfahne, Soldat u. Arbeiter, sowie Symbol",
German WWII poster, advertising the expanded German Reich (?). Poland and Czechoslovakia are mentioned
German WW2 . Says : " One People , One Reich , One Leader . Reich Party Day Nurnberg " . ca. 1932 ...
Propaganda Posters 'It will all be okay. Fight against communism and join the Waffen SS'