London: Friends of Europe, May 1938. [Nazism] ORIGINAL PAMPHLET, a later impression (21 x 14cm), pp.24. Plain paper covers with titles; one large staple to spine fold. Very light rubbing, with some marks to covers. Near fine. A pamphlet first published in 1936, which frames quotes from Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' in an attempt to make plain the grossness of its violence and anti-semitism: "No one can read "Mein Kampf" without amazement at the shallowness of its "philosophy," the travesty and superficiality of its historical interpretation of the past, or the demagogic crudity of its ant-semitic appeal to all the basest and fiercest of human motives - fear, jealousy, greed - and above all to the most invincible of all national passions - the purging of defeat by the expulsion of a national scape-goat on whom the misery of an innocent people, deceived into sin, can be safely put." Item #53156
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