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Article about: Hello, here is Julekpl again. Someone has recently offered me a collection of "WW2 Propaganda Cards". Any thoughts on these? Are they common? Being paper items, I am sure that they

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    Hello, here is Julekpl again. Someone has recently offered me a collection of "WW2 Propaganda Cards". Any thoughts on these? Are they common? Being paper items, I am sure that they are easily faked as well...What are your thoughts? Thanks! Click image for larger version. 

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    These are going to be some kind of post war knock offs.

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    Thought as much....They seem to be waaay too shiny

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    I have no idea about the cards. But I see no reason for the stamps on them.

    Eric
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    i have to agree post war junk to say the least !!

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    If they were real I would expect to see the reverse of the cards resembling a post card, no big swastika stamp.

    The water staining looks like a poor attempt to make the cards look old.

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    Absolutely. No. Way.

    (By the way... The one in the middle of the top row with Hitler's face next to the large Swastika is particularly hilarious as an alleged Third Reich postcard: It's artwork for the made-for-TV movie "Hitler: Rise of Evil"... And "Hitler" is Robert Carlyle!

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    R C did make a very good A H facsimile, rather like Begby ('Trainspotting') in jackboots...

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    R C did make a very good A H facsimile, rather like Begby ('Trainspotting') in jackboots...
    To be honest, i think Carlyle (whom I normally like as an actor) hopelessly overdid his performance in that film.

    His raving, drooling, cartoonish Hitler was only slightly less rabid than his "rage-virus"-infected character from 28 Weeks Later.

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    Haha I thought as much, but you can never be too sure. I told they guy that they are fakes and he started to have a fit over the phone, saying how they've been in his family for generations. He tried to sell them at a local pawn shop, but he too told the guy that they are fakes. Thanks for the help!

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