Hitler Liberator

Poster Number: PP 364
Category: World War II
Poster Notes: Poster is in Russian language. It was produced by the propaganda offices of the German Government for the occupation of Russia and Ukraine during World War II.
Media Size: 27.5x21
Poster Type: Lithograph and Offset
Publishing Date: c.1943
Catalog Notes: PP 364 World War II
Artist: Knirr, Heinrich —

Heinrich Knirr was born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in what is today the town of Pančevo, Serbia. Knirr studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and at the Academy of Arts in Munich. It was in Munich were he opened a private art school in 1888 that became noted in Europe. Owing to the period in which he lived, Knirr was a member of the Munich Secession of visual artists who broke away from the Munich Artists' Association and he also a member of the Vienna Secession movement, formed by Austrians who resigned from the Association of Austrian Artists.

Printer: Carl Werner Offset Printer, Germany —

This printer was a major supplier of propaganda material for the German government. It was located in Reichenbach, a town in the Vogtland district of Saxony, Germany.

Publisher: Publisher not indicated —