World War I in motivational popular prints from 1914

All these illustrations were put up for auction this year in Moscow and sold. The lowest price per lot was 18,000 rubles, and the highest — paid for this particular illustration — was 520,000 rubles.  // Popular print. Wilhelm is an enemy of the human race. He has destroyed countless folk with his fury, and destroyed many cities like a thief in the night. Lithograph by I.D. Sytin & Co., 1915

All these illustrations were put up for auction this year in Moscow and sold. The lowest price per lot was 18,000 rubles, and the highest — paid for this particular illustration — was 520,000 rubles. // Popular print. Wilhelm is an enemy of the human race. He has destroyed countless folk with his fury, and destroyed many cities like a thief in the night. Lithograph by I.D. Sytin & Co., 1915

Courtesy of Cabinet Auction House
A unique collection of illustrations from the First World War was sold under the hammer a century after the events.
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