1921, Cast bronze, Satirical medal, 61.3mm, 63.00g.

Obverse: "Pazifismus" (Pacifism), Dated 1921. Germany, as a lamb crying, "Nie wieder Krieg" (Never again war), is about to be attacked by a savage wolf (France and Poland). K•G on right rim.

Reverse: The German Michel gets a heavy kick from a Polish soldier from "ober Schlesien", Upper Silesia, while a French soldier, standing on the "Rhein", Rhine side, hits the Michel in the foot with his rifle. Rim inscription, "Friede - um jeden preis" (Peace at any price).


This piece is also known in the following compositions and sizes:

  • 36mm Struck bronze
  • 36mm Struck silver, rim stamp, BAYER.HAUPTMÜNZAMT.SILBER 900f


Satirizing the situation that every member of the victorious Entente was able to play havoc with Germany and its territories. Under the label "Pacifism" no defensive measures could be taken.