Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Anti-Semitism in Germany. Max J. Merritt.
Anti-Semitism in Germany

Anti-Semitism in Germany

NP: NP, 1935. First edition. Softcover. Octavo. 31 (1)pp. Original green wraps with vignette, black decorative ruling and black lettering on cover. Abstract describing various aspects of the Nazi campaign against the Jews and Nazi propaganda in general, their policies and practices in regards to Jews, workers, women, religion, and their attempts to infiltrate other countries, including the United States. Rabbi Merritt gives a brief historical overview of anti-Semitism in Germany before describing Nazi strategies to turn the Germans against the German Jews, supported by Nazi legislation and decrees. He describes the subsequent refuge problem, substanciated with numbers of refugees in countries neighboring Germany and Palestine. Includes chapters on Jewish Children in Nazi schools, Naziism and the race theory and on Judaism, Naziism and democracy, and chapters on actions to be taken against the Nazis and their policies. Short excerpts from speeches by Carl Schurz, a German-American patriot, a second on the Russian persecution of Jews, and from an anti-Hitler speech by Senator Reed of April 8, 1934, at rear. No listings, including OCLC. Some sunning of wraps along edges, minor chips and light creasing at corners. Wraps in overall good, interior in very good condition. g to vg. Item #40687

Price: $175.00

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