Rare reward poster issued by German occupation authorities regarding a recompense of 100.000 K given to whom might help capture a criminal that tried to kill a German policeman. Poster is issued in German and Czech 1940 .
Decree On March 20, 1940, Jan Smudek committed an assassination attempt on a member of the police in Domažlice. According to the results of the investigation so far, the latter committed the murder of two auxiliary Reich financial authorities, committed by Pirk on March 23, 1940. The perpetrator is now hiding unknown where. He was last seen on March 25, 1940 in Cernikov in the political district of Domažlice. The government of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia to apprehend and arrest Jan Smudek or make such data that will really serve to track him down and apprehend him. Make the statement to the nearest gendarme station or the nearest government police office, if necessary to the nearest security authority. Spinite your civic duty! Done at Prague, 29 March 1940. " Size:65x47cm