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“Election Agitators” (1884)

Ferdinand Lindner, An Electoral Philistine (November 1881)

SPD Campaign Rally with Kurt Schumacher (at the Microphone) on Königsplatz in Munich (November 25, 1946)

Kurt Schumacher Opens the SPD’s Federal Election Campaign in Gelsenkirchen by Rejecting Ludwig Erhard’s Free Market Economics (June 19, 1949)

Federal Chancellor Adenauer Starts his Election Campaign in Heppenheim (Summer 1953)

“All Marxist Paths Lead to Moscow”: Election Poster for the Christian Democratic Union (1953)

SPD Chairman and Chancellor Candidate Erich Ollenhauer Campaigns in the Ruhr Valley (August/September 1957)

Georg von Schnitzler on Hitler’s Appeal to Leading German Industrialists on February 20, 1933 (November 10, 1945)

1933 Election Campaign: Ballot for the Reichstag Election in the Hesse-Darmstadt District (March 5, 1933)

1933 Election Campaign: Reich President Paul von Hindenburg Leaves the Polling Station (March 5, 1933)

Reichstag Election of March 5, 1933: National Socialist Poster with the Caption: “The SPD Demands Historical Truth” (1933)

CSU Bundestag Election Poster (1998)

“World Class for Germany”: CDU Campaign Poster (1998)

Helmut Kohl on the Campaign Trail (July 29, 1998)

Campaign Posters for Alliance 90/The Greens and the PDS (August 10, 1998)

Guido Westerwelle and Cornelia Pieper on the Campaign Trail (July 30, 2002)

Chancellor Gerhard Schröder with the Shanty Choir at an SPD Election Rally (August 16, 2002)

Green Party Federal Election Campaign Commercial (2002)

Edmund Stoiber on His Running for Chancellor in 2002 (Retrospective account, 2013)

The CDU/CSU Holds Chancellor Schröder Responsible for Mass Unemployment (March 1, 2005)

FDP Campaign: “Freedom instead of Socialism” (July 18, 2005)

Chancellor Gerhard Schröder Kicks Off His Reelection Campaign in Hannover (August 5, 2002)

Election Posters: Gerhard Schröder and Angela Merkel (August 23, 2005)

Right-Wing Extremist Parties Present their Campaign Posters for the 2005 Bundestag Elections (August 4, 2005)

Gregor Gysi and Oskar Lafontaine (September 10, 2005)