Ruhr Kampf (War in the Ruhr Valley), 1923

Source: Calvin College, “German War Propaganda,” at “Nazi and East German Propaganda Guide Page”, (June, 2010)

The Ruhr valley in western Germany, bordering France, was rich in iron ore, and was one of Germany's main sources for steel. During the 1920s, France, using its Versailles Treaty rights (asserted by the same Jews who wrote it), claimed that area as its own, and great conflicts arose from Germans, as a precursor to the war soon upon them all.