Designed to resemble an FBI-issued WANTED poster, this anti-Hitler handbill was distributed by the Hollywood Anti-Nazi League for the Defense of American Democracy in 1938. As was typical of WANTED posters of the day, there are two photos of the criminal in question, one in profile. Hitler stands accused of kidnapping, as "he is holding sixty-five million people in bondage in Germany, and more millions in Austria and Czecho-slovakia" [sic]. The handbill goes on to say: "Six hundred thousand Jews are held for ransom by him and he demands two and a quarter billion dollars." A physical description of Hitler is provided, down to the lock of hair that fell famously on one side of his forehead. Additional crimes are detailed, including the many deaths Hitler was known to be responsible for by this time. The poster sums up: INDICTED BY WORLD OPINION FOR MURDER, AND KIDNAPPING WITH INTENT TO KILL. 14 x 8 in.