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This sad advertisement could be seen on the pages of THE NATION for a number of years following the end of the W.W. I. Posted by a German charity, the ad pictures -what we can assume to be- a starving German child from one of the more impoverished regions of Saxony or Thuringia. All told, the photo and the accompanying text clearly illustrate the economic hardships of post-World War I Germany.

The etching posted above was created by the German Expressionist artist Käthe Kollwitz from this same era. It was titled Death.

Another article about the despondency in 1920s Germany can be read here...

Click here to read an article about the German veterans of W.W. I.


Under-Nourished German Children (Magazine Advertisement, 1922-3)

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