Post-war posters from Rosenheim, 1945-1948

The post-war posters from the Rosenheim City Archives are mainly made up of announcements by the city administration and military government on various matters.

The topics dealt with mainly include the controlled housing and food economy, the obligation to work, requisitions, the dismissal of soldiers, the currency reform, bans on going out, motor vehicle permits, as well as the registering of foreigners, refugees, evacuees, dismissed soldiers and internees, finally also the ban on wearing military uniforms and orders immediately after the invasion of the Americans on 2 May 1945.

The majority of the collection dates back to 1945; however not all the posters can be dated exactly.

Occasional announcements were also made by the state government, the Allied Control Council, the Military Court and the military government for Germany.

In addition, the collection contains political posters from the CSU, SPD and KPD parties with announcements of rag collections, events at the Stadt-Theater Rosenheim, the Kulturring Rosenheim and the Kulturamt, the "Hamstern", the 1950 census and the Southeast Fairs in 1949 and 1951.

>> This collection is part of the holdings of the Stadtarchiv Rosenheim (Rosenheim City-Archive).