Size varies from 7.5x5.4cm. (2.9x2.1inch) and 14.5x10.5cm. (5.7x4.1inch.)
These are 11 adhesive strips from 1951, very rare. Because these were pasted, few of them have been preserved, certainly such a collection of 11 pieces is special. They were pasted at train and bus stations and were banned in West Berlin (there was no wall at that time).
As early as 1950, various European communist parties and their supporters used the slogan against the presence of American soldiers: in 1951, for example, Troops of the SED and FDJ had banners and sticky strips (like the ones on the pictures) with the slogan "Ami go". In addition, the slogan "Yankee Go Home!" was used in countries where a strong political left opposed the US military presence within NATO.