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Such cards have been exchanged in Europe since the 1800s and were particularly popular in the early part of the 20th century, often accompanied with the phrase Gruß vom Krampus (Greetings from the Krampus). 71RLNh8Pl9L

Such cards have been exchanged in Europe since the 1800s and were particularly popular in the early part of the 20th century, often accompanied with the phrase Gruß vom Krampus (Greetings from the Krampus). 71RLNh8Pl9L

The Anti-Santa Claus: "In the late 19th century and early 20th century, “Grüß Vom Krampus” (Greetings from Krampus) cards were popular in Europe. The evening of December 5th was Krampusnacht, when Krampus would descend upon villages to terrorize youngsters who wondered with horror whether their transgressions over the past year warranted a one way trip to hell in a hand basket."

The Anti-Santa Claus: "In the late 19th century and early 20th century, “Grüß Vom Krampus” (Greetings from Krampus) cards were popular in Europe. The evening of December 5th was Krampusnacht, when Krampus would descend upon villages to terrorize youngsters who wondered with horror whether their transgressions over the past year warranted a one way trip to hell in a hand basket."

Greetings from "Over There": Holiday and other greeting cards in the United States developed throughout the 19th century, but by the first decade of the 20th century the industry was dominated by postcards designed and printed in Germany. That ended with the outbreak of WWI. #ephemera #history

Greetings from "Over There": Holiday and other greeting cards in the United States developed throughout the 19th century, but by the first decade of the 20th century the industry was dominated by postcards designed and printed in Germany. That ended with the outbreak of WWI. #ephemera #history

Such cards have been exchanged in Europe since the 1800s and were particularly popular in the early part of the 20th century, often accompanied with the phrase Gruß vom Krampus (Greetings from the Krampus).   71QPJ+1YQIL

Such cards have been exchanged in Europe since the 1800s and were particularly popular in the early part of the 20th century, often accompanied with the phrase Gruß vom Krampus (Greetings from the Krampus). 71QPJ+1YQIL

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