Serbian Waffen-SS poster?

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Serbian Waffen-SS poster?

Post by marko671 » 17 Oct 2019 23:07

Apologize if this is the wrong sub-forum, but I found this poster a while ago on some website. Wondering if it's manufactured after WW2, or was it actually used. I found 2 other versions of this poster, I believe 1 Latvian and one Estonian, that made me question this poster's legitimacy. The caption reads "Defend your Fatherland". Compared to the Estonian and Latvian version, the background statue is different, this one I believe is a statue in Belgrade (Capital of Serbia).
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Re: Serbian Waffen-SS poster?

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 19 Oct 2019 21:23

Bahha, moedern made reprint, many millions are all over planet Earth

However, post pics of your exact p[oster, close ups, edges and back side for verification

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Re: Serbian Waffen-SS poster?

Post by marko671 » 28 Oct 2019 12:28

Mark in Cleveland, Tn. wrote:
19 Oct 2019 21:23
Bahha, moedern made reprint, many millions are all over planet Earth

However, post pics of your exact p[oster, close ups, edges and back side for verification
I also think it's a modern made print, I don't have pictures of it in real life. But photoshoping, or in any other way modifying that statue in there would prove rather difficult, as it appears to be done in the same style/quality as the Latvian and Estonian versions (we know those two are real).

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