An original poster for the Ludendorff Appeal, advertising re-training to disabled soldiers, designed by Ludwig Hohlwein in 1918. The image shows a wounded soldier holding tools.

Ludendorff Appeal for the War-disabled

Ludwig Hohlwein

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  • Condition: B- (Japan backed)
  • Date: 1918
  • Designer: Ludwig Hohlwein (1874 - 1949)
  • Printer: Hollerbaum & Schmidt Berlin
  • Publisher: Ludendorff Appeal
  • Size: 305 x 450 mm

A pioneer and master of flat colour technique, Hohlwein dominated European poster design in the first half of the twentieth century. This powerful image for the Ludendorff Appeal is full of humanity and dignity, effortlessly conveying how the fund would provide new opportunities for wounded soldiers through re-training.