British Made WW1 'Propaganda' Iron Cross 

 

 

 
 

British Made WW1 'Propaganda' Iron Cross 
In 1914 as stories began to emerge from France and Belgium of Alleged German atrocities perpetrated against the civilian population and prisoners of war, advantage was taken of the resulting public outrage to raise funds for the war effort. A number of variations of these crude anti-German Iron Crosses were produced to sell to the public.

1. Inscribed Antwerp Dinant Ghent 1914 / Rheimes Louvain Amiens 1914
2. Inscribed For Kultur
3. Inscribed For Brutality 1914
 

 
 
 
 

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