The Liberation of France - Saturday 3 June 1944 - Original Old Poster
Immerse yourself in history with this ephemeris of Saturday, June 3, 1944, a poster entitled "Liberty" designed by Henri Bias and published in August 1944 under the German occupation by the General Secretariat for Information of the GPRF (Provisional Government of the French Republic). This emblematic work of the history of France embodies the allegory of Freedom, in the form of Marianne, trampling underfoot the Nazi swastika, symbol of Nazism.
The poster commemorates a crucial moment in history: Saturday, June 3, 1944. It was on this day that the Provisional Government of the French Republic was established in Algiers, a decisive event in the struggle against the Nazi occupation in France.
Characteristics of the ephemeris:
License Type: Rights Managed
Dimensions: 38.5 x 25.5 cm
Condition: Excellent general condition (with very slight traces of wear and some slight marks of folds).
This ephemeris is much more than just a collector's item, it is a living testimony to the spirit of resistance and the quest for freedom of the French people during the German occupation. It recalls the courage and determination of those who fought for freedom and justice. By adding it to your collection, you preserve a treasured piece of history and perpetuate the memory of the events that marked the France during the Second World War.
Treat yourself to this iconic work to enrich your collection of historical objects and to pay tribute to the heroes and heroines who helped shape the destiny of the France.