Offered for sale are
35 ISSUES 3rd YEAR 1933 OF THE ANTI JEW, COMMUNISTS, SOCIALISTS NAZI PERIODICAL
THE HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED PROPAGANDA PAPER WAS PUBLISHED BY THE NSDAP PUBLISHING HOUSE FRANZ EHER
Brennessel (stinging nettle) was the official Nazi satiric magazine, published from 1931 to 1938 by Verlag Franz Eher, Nachf. In Munich, the publishing house of the Nazi party. The periodical contained Nazi propaganda against Jews, Communists, Socialists as well as against the Weimar government. Many of the striking illustrations were done by Hans Schweitzer, Goebbels’ artist from Berlin, who worked under the pen name ‘Mjölnir’ (Thor’s hammer). He became Hitler’s favorite poster artist. The circulation of this periodical never was that great, declined steadily during the Nazi era until it finally ceased publication. Single issues are getting harder to find, especially the early years. Offered here are the following thirty-five (35) issues, all from 1933, the third year of publication: 1 – 24, 26-30, 44, 46-48 and 51-52. In 1931 only 30 issues were published, from 1932 to it became a weekly publication with 52 issues per year. All are complete but show signs of wear along the edges and a few have separated covers. A rare lot for anyone’s collection of early NSDAP history, Nazi anti-Semitism and anti-Bolshevism!
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