Both the Polish and the German sides used donkeys in their posters. This one is in human shape, wearing a uniform with an emblem on the breast in the form of a heavy black cross, surrounded by white. This uniform, together with the emblem, indicates that the donkey is German. It is standing arms akimbo, mouth open. 'I vote German', brays the figure, presenting himself to Polish eyes as a stiff-necked, stupid donkey. Only stupid people would prefer Germany to Poland. This plebiscite poster was used by the Polish side at the plebiscite in Upper Silesia, but is not known to have been used in West and East Prussia. So far, no Polish plebiscite posters have been found from the latter plebiscite area.