Picture 1'Barrack occupation'. Woodcut, 1931. Armed workers occupy a barrack. Above right some high military officials change into civilian clothing.


Picture 2'Crisis'. Woodcut, 1931. The workers are unable to buy anything in the expensive shop, the rich are sitting on the stored wares.


Picture 3'White terror'. Woodcut, 1932. Germany on the eve of Hitler's assumption of power. Workers are being arrested, interrogated, tortured and killed.


Picture 4'Election wheel'. Woodcut, 1932. For Arntz, a 'council communist', all parties that participate in elections are mistaken. The workers in the lower left do not vote, but form independent councils.


Picture 5'Employees in the Soviet Union'. From Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft, 1930. Pictorial statistic of workers in different branches of industry in the Soviet Union.


Picture 6'Modern industry, trade and agriculture, primitive types of business'. From Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft 1930. Pictorial statistic of workers in different branches of industry world wide.


Picture 7'Unemployed'. From Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft, 1930. Pictorial statistic of unemployment in Great Britain, France and Germany between 1913 and 1928.


Picture 8'Density of population in large cities'. From Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft, 1930. Pictorial statistic of population densities, the black figures representing the number of inhabitants per 200 square meters.


Picture 9'Factory occupation'. Lino-cut, from De Arbeidersraad, July 1936. The print refers to events in France, were many factories were occupied by workers in 1936.


Picture 10'The Third Reich'. Lino-cut, from De Arbeidersraad, April 1936. Above Hitler and his henchmen, below workers trying to organize resistance. This print was removed from an exhibition in Amsterdam because it was 'an insult to a friendly head of state'.