During the 3rd Reich period various German artists made painting and drawing to glorify the German army, these propaganda scenes were sometimes printed on postcards. Original postcards from the 1933-1945 period are popular items for collectors. I have a couple which were donated to me by a Veteran who brought these back from Germany in 1945 when he returned home. the first one is an early war drawing depicting an unlikey scene of a German tank sinking a British Warship in the Eismeer aera. I has a bilingual description for Finns and Germans. "Deutscher Panzerkampfwagen beschiesst englische Flotteneinheiten" = "Saksalainen hyökkäysvaunu ampuu englantilaisia laivasttoyksikkköjä" which means "German tank shooting at English naval units" The second drawing is artwork signed by Hermnn Schneider. The card is tank "MK2 near Panewo" and the third one is a drawing (between the Battles = Zwischen den kämpfen) .