This unusual and rare mimeographed pamphlet was printed in Polish language in the displaced persons camp in Mülheim, a borough of Cologne, Germany, immediately after World War II. It explains the threat of the nuclear weapons and depicts the destruction of the world, the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower on the cover.
The brochure was published by “Jutro Pracy” (Work for Tomorrow / Tomorrow’s Work), a Polish press, who also published a newspaper with the same name.
The DP Mülheim was founded mostly for the Polish and Ukrainian refugees, holocaust survivors and people, who flew the after-war regime.
Worldcat only lists one institutional example (National Library of Poland, Biblioteka Narodowa).
References: OCLC 864129016.