At first sight, this poster is quite neutral: it simply points out that the plebiscite is a secret ballot. From the Danish point of view it was important to stress that no one should be able to put pressure on those entitled to vote. Germans, however, understood the poster as a message: the secret ballot meant that in the difficult situation Germany was in after World War I, people could side with Denmark unnoticed by family, friends and neighbours. Danish plebiscite poster, only used in Zone 2. Drawn by Harald Slott-Møller. No. of copies unknown. 86 x 67 cm.