Poster on left reads: "Vote Communist. May 1, 1924." The legend on the serpent reads: "10 hour day, slaughterer of workers, servants of capital, the exploiters." (1924) Poster on right reads: "Socialism makes the machines hum again! Vote Communist -- Row 6!" (1932)
The 1932 German election ballot featured 36 parties, many of which existed only on paper. The number of different groups made it difficult for any single party to gain a majority in parliament in the Weimar Republic.