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Jools mckenna

WW1 German War sermons booklet.

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Jools mckenna
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I thought someone might find this interesting(I'm not looking for a translation but I wasn't sure were else to put this thread.). Unfortunately, I don't think the person, who died, is named in the booklet. 

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JWK

It's not a funeral hymn, I don't think.

Right at the bottom it says:

The War sermons, which are perfect to be used as leaflets, are published every week.

 

And you can order leaflets "to send out into the field, or to hand out to family and friends". (1-24 pcs: 1 pfennig + postage. 1000 pcs DM 4,50  including postage)

 

Very interesting! I've never seen one before.

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Jools mckenna
3 minutes ago, JWK said:

It's not a funeral hymn, I don't think.

Right at the bottom it says:

The War sermons, which are perfect to be used as leaflets, are published every week.

 

And you can order leaflets "to send out into the field, or to hand out to family and friends". (1-24 pcs: 1 pfennig + postage. 1000 pcs DM 4,50  including postage)

 

Very interesting! I've never seen one before.

Huh, Interesting. I just assumed it was a funeral booklet. I'll change the title of the thread.  

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charlie2

It is an exhortation from the clergy to fight the good fight. Subtitled roughly „our spiritual warcry“

 

Charlie

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