VERY RARE ORIGINAL 1935 ILLUSTRATED ANTI-SEMITIC NAZI BOOK

JÜDISCHER IMPERIALISMUS

(JEWISH IMPERIALISM)

300 HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED PAGES OF CRUDE JULIUS STREICHER-LIKE ANTI-SEMITISM!

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VERY RARE ORIGINAL 1935 ILLUSTRATED ANTI-SEMITIC NAZI BOOK

JÜDISCHER IMPERIALISMUS

(JEWISH IMPERIALISM)

300 HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED PAGES OF CRUDE

JULIUS STREICHER-LIKE ANTI-SEMITISM!

This very seldom seen 5-1/2 x 7-3/4 inch, 300-pages soft cover book was written by Gregor Schwarz-Bostunitsch, a former High School teacher and lawyer from Russia who migrated to Nazi Germany. The book was published 1935 by Oskar Ebersberger Verlag in Landsberg, Germany. The author must have been a great admirer of the notorious Julius Streicher, the top Jew hater in Third Reich Germany as a great deal of his book is written in the same crude anti-Semitic way as Streicher's anti-Jewish periodical "Der Stürmer". The back cover contains a full page advertising for this paper (see below left) and photos of Julius Streicher and his editor Karl Holz can be found in this book as well (see below). The author describes the Jews in the most unpleasant way, blaming them for everything bad on earth, quotes many "experts" of the Jewish question (i.e. the big anti-Semite Theodor Fritsch, author of "Handbuch der Judenfrage") and gives suggestions on how mankind should deal with the Jews. A very interesting historic piece of anti-Semitic Third Reich history!

THIS VERY RARE ORIGINAL 1935 ILLUSTRATED ANTI-SEMITIC NAZI BOOK

JÜDISCHER IMPERIALISMUS

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