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Deutsch: Fahndungsplakat der Berliner Polizei vom September 1933. Bildunterschriften von links oben nach rechts unten: Heinz Neumann, Hans Kippenberger; Erich Ziemer, Erich Mielke; Walter Ulbricht, Wilhelm Becker, Herbert Dobersalzke, Wilhelm Peschky, Paul Kähne, Gerhard Wallitschke. Text:
Helft bei der Suche nach Rotmord!
Links: Die Anstifter            Rechts: Die Mörder
Die Ermittlungen nach den Tätern des feigen, plan-
mäßigen Mordüberfalls am damaligen Bülowplatz, wo
am 9. August 1931 die Polizeihauptleute Anlauf und
Lenk von kommunistischen Mordbuben hinterrücks er-
schossen wurden, sind von der Kriminalpolizei in engster
Zusammenarbeit mit der SA so weit durchgeführt
worden, daß die Voruntersuchung gegen insgesamt
21 Kommunisten wegen gemeinschaftlichen Mordes ge-
führt wird. Wir veröffentlichen zur Information für
das Publikum, das bei der Suche nach den Mordbetei-
ligten helfen soll. Photos der von der Polizei noch
Gesuchten:
English: "Red Murderers!" - Wanted Poster published by the Berlin Police in September of 1933 announcing that warrants of arrest have been issued for ten people for the killing of two Police Officers in 1931. Pictures of the alleged perpetrators and displayed on the poster. Among them are the former Communist Reichstag Deputies Hans Kippenberger and Walter Ulbrich as well as Erich Mielke, who later became the head of the Ministerium für Staatssicherheit, the East German secret service.
Date Published in 1933, based on older Mug Shots from Police Records
Source Berlin Document Centre
Author Berlin Police (Publicly displayed "Wanted Poster")
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