On the recto, from the centre left to the bottom left, a drawing shows an anti-Semitic representation of a Jew surrounded by a the Star of David. The man is overlooking a naked woman wrapped by a snake. Advertisement announcing a special issue on the crime of Albert Hirshchland. Narrative: In 1935, Albert Hirshland principal of a business college in Magdeburg was accussed of having sexual relationships with underage non-Jewish students. He was put to trial and accused for ''race defilement''. He was found guilty and sentenced to 10 years of prison and 10 years of ''preventive detention''. It was a big propaganda effort to showcase the perverted nature of Jews. Albert Hirshland was suspected of seducting hundreds of young women and of conducting mass orgies at a friend's house. The case was followed by the media nationwide. The Der Stürmer published a 16 pages special issue and two millions copies were distributed.