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Baader-Meinhof Wanted Poster

$20 US | 15£ | 13€ | 132SEK | 108DKK | 112NOK | 20AUD International prices approximate; will be converted from US dollars at sale | Free Shipping

Millions of these and similar posters seemed to spring up overnight in post offices, on lamp posts, and in store windows across West German in 1971. With almost as many women as men spread across four rows, this poster represented a direct challenge to the conservative, patriarchal German population. For German youth, these posters were as engaging to them as they were frightening to their parents. Now available for the first time in three decades and seen in the major motion picture “The Baader-Meinhof Complex,” a high-quality reproduction of the famous poster.





Ulrike Meinhof Wanted Poster

$20 US | 15£ | 13€ | 132SEK | 108DKK | 112NOK | 20AUD International prices approximate; will be converted from US dollars at sale | Free Shipping

In the weeks following the armed freeing of Andreas Baader from police custody, thousands of these posters featuring Ulrike Meinhof were posted throughout West Berlin. The headline reads “Attempted Murder in Berlin, 10,000 DM Reward,” a reference to the shooting of an elderly librarian during the operation. Now available for the first time in three decades and seen in the major motion picture “The Baader-Meinhof Complex,” a high-quality reproduction of the famous poster.




Baader-Meinhof Era Bumper Sticker

$4 US | 2.5£ | 3€ | 27SEK | 22DKK | 23NOK | 4AUD International prices approximate; will be converted from US dollars at sale | Free Shipping

“I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group.” Thousands of young Germans put these stickers on their cars (especially BMWs) in the early 1970s in an effort to dissuade overeager police from pulling them over. The stickers were as much a political statement as a practical one; they told the conservative German population that despite being young and having long hair, not everyone was in the Baader-Meinhof Gang. Now available for the first time in three decades and seen in the major motion picture “The Baader-Meinhof Complex,” an exact reproduction of the famous bumper sticker.