Zürich: R. U. P. Schweizer Zweig der Weltaktion für den Frieden, ND (ca 1938). First edition. Softcover. Octavo. 32pp. Original printed wrappers. This scarce anti-Nazi booklet outlines the unlawful aims of the Nazi leadership as written by Hitler himself in his "Mein Kampf." The book may be described as the blueprint of the Nazi aggression. Its whole tenor and content demonstrate that the Nazi pursuit of aggressive designs was no mere accident arising out of an immediate political situation in Europe and the world. "Mein Kampf" establishes unequivocally that the use of aggressive war to serve German aims in foreign policy was part of the very creed of the Nazi party. Wrappers sunned and slightly creased along edges. Previous owner's stamp on upper margin of first page (Harry Schulze-Wilde*). Text in German. Wrappers in overall good-, interior in good+ to very good condition. g+. Item #38017
* Harry Paul Schulze (pseudonym: Harry Schulze-Wilde) (1899-1978) was a German journalist and writer renowned for his fierce opposition to Hitler and the Nazis.