Das Geheimnis von Lüttich, Unser Bombenerfolg, Originalgrösse – Vintage poster – ANONYME – 1914 Sold

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Vintage poster Das Geheimnis von Lüttich, Unser Bombenerfolg, Originalgrösse



One of the earliest posters of the first world war.
This poster celebrates the German victory in Liege, Belgium on August 4th, 1914. It shows a full-size artillery shell on which is a portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the German national eagle, and two images of bomb damages.
The Germans had developed the largest artillery weapon in the world, the howitzer later known as "Big Bertha". Constructed by Krupps, Germany's largest armament manufacturer, "Big Bertha" was so large that it had to be transported in sections and assembled on site.

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