De vrouw die nadenkt, stemt óók op...
Married women were of no social importance according to the ideas of Mussert's movement. Women were expected to view marriage as an assignment. They were expected to become one with their husbands, whose troubles they were expected to share. Dutch women served the community by living lives of dedication and self-sacrifice. It was the mother's task to raise her children to become good 'citizens'.
During the elections for the Provincial Council, the NSB addressed Dutch women specifically. Women were offered a choice in the election campaign: 'Wouldst thou follow thy calling as a woman? Then vote for Mussert! Or wouldst thou become a dockhand? And wouldst thou allow thy most sacred feelings to be trampled and squandered? Then go ahead and vote for Moscow!'
- Date of creation
- De vrouw die nadenkt, stemt óók op de N.S.B.
- Object type
- War posters 1940-1945
- AF/00300 (Affiche, Lithografie), Oorlogsaffiches NIOD 1933 - 1946, NIOD/KB
- for information contact Koninklijke Bibliotheek/Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie