The German American Bund created this flier as a plea to its membership to provide financial support to cover bail bonds and legal defense costs for members. It focuses on the "plight" of Fritz Kuhn, a Bund leader who had been imprisoned in New York for embezzlement; interestingly, he was accused of embezzling from the Bund itself, but Bund members continued to fervently support him. The flier states sarcastically: "Isn't it heart-rending to see the unsolicited 'concern' being shown by the Deweys of Jew York [a reference to New York D.A. Thomas Dewey] for the safety of the German American Bund's money?!" The flier implores members to "help fight the mad, infamous hounding of Fritz Kuhn by the hate-blinded, desperate international Jew and his politician-slaves!" 11 x 8.5 in.