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Europe/Germany : German World War I propaganda postcard

08 Jun 2019
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Today I bought this German World War I postcard from a dealer at NAPEX. It is one of a propaganda series printed by Wilhelm S. Schröder Nachf., Berlin, and depicts victorious German soldiers (right) pursuing fleeing Frenchmen (left). The front text is apparently from a children's rhyme and roughly translates as "One, two, three - in double quick - run the frenchmen, we run along!"

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From the back, one can see that it was postmarked at Koslin (then in Western Pomerania, now Polish) on 16 March 1915. What does the purple 'St' marking signify?

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Is anyone able to read German cursive of this period and decipher the message on the back? Thanks for any assistance.
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