This is the German war propaganda leaflet in Serbo-Croatian language, printed in Nazi-occupied Serbia. Original hand written number (probably of the circulation) by the censor who approved release of this leaflet #569 and the original stamp of release date: 24. II. 1944.  Size: 23 x 30 cm.
Its content is aimed against Winston Churchill and the Partisans liberation movement in Yugoslavia during the World War Two.  It allegedly quotes Churchill himself (translated from Serbo-Croatian text on the leaflet): 
“…I’ve been interested in the movement of Marshal Tito for quite a while and I’ve been trying to help it in every way.
…What is King Peter’s situation in this circumstance?  There is no doubt that king Peter has lost his authority in the eyes of the partisans.  On the islands, we are loyal to the principles of monarchy, but we do not want or intend to impose our monarchist ideas to any other country.“