SUPERB COMMUNE POSTER 1870-1871 FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR POSTER CALLING FOR 'L'HUMANITE'00JT57
Incredible, anti-patriotic French document calling for an end to violence and calling for "L'Humanite". France was considered by most Prussians as being very aggressive regarding the loose coalition of states prior to the formation of the German Empire. The conflict led to the end of the Nalpoleonic era and to France becoming the only republican great power. The document is headed - TUER EST TOUJOURS UN CRIME! - To Kill is Always A Crime.
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