From 1934 through 1937, when Nazism was growing in power and malignancy in Europe, Polish artist Arthur Szyk wrote a new edition of the Haggadah, which tells the story of the Jews’ Exodus from Egypt. Szyk found that his modernized version, with the “wicked son” wearing a Hitler mustache, was unpublishable; it was not until 1937 that Szyk found a publisher when the publishing house Beaconsfield Press was founded in London solely to publish The Szyk Haggadah. The Haggadah was published in 1940 and was hailed as among the most beautiful books of all times.
Less than a year later, in May 1946 in advance of the first Passover following the end of the war, the American Jewish Congress reproduced the Four Questions from the Szyk Haggadah on the back of their News of the Month newsletter. It was meant to be a keepsake, prominently marked on the front, “DON’T THROW THIS AWAY TURN IT OVER”.
This reproduction is now quite scarce.