WW2 German postcard winter aid flowers


A very nice WW2 German propaganda card in mint unwritten condition.

The front shows some flowers and the question in German “Do you already have?” and the letters “WHW”.
WHW stands for Winter Hilfs Werk that translates to Winter Aid Organization.
From Wikipedia:
National Socialist People’s Welfare Organization to help finance charitable work. Its slogan was "None shall starve nor freeze". The drive was originally set up under the government of Heinrich Brüning in 1931, though Hitler would later claim sole credit. It ran from 1933-1945 during the months of October through March, and was designed to provide food, clothing, coal, and other items to less fortunate Germans during the inclement months.

Card is in full color and in excellent condition.

The back is unwritten, but does have a nice stamp and some beautiful ink stamps.
One shows clearly that this card was sold during the 1037-1938 period.
The ink stamp that is over the post stamp says translated “Munich the capital of the movement!”

L1049             170815


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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 18 August, 2015.

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