Home About Us Condition of Use News for 2014 Your Wants! Bookmark Us Tell a friend Contact Us

Search

 

Continue Shopping

Product ID: 2413
Out of stock

Britons Kursell, Otto von. The Grave-Diggers of Russia. With a foreword by Alfred Rosenberg

Kursell, Otto von. The Grave-Diggers of Russia. With a foreword by Alfred Rosenberg. 31 pp. 28 x 15.5 cm. Munich, the German People's Publishing House E. Boepple, 1923. Issued by the London anti-Jewish society, "The Britons' popular edition of this agitational pamphlet of the notorious anti-Semite and anti-Communists of Kursell Otto (1884-1967), which has been instrumental in spreading the conspiracy theory of" Jewish Bolshevism ". The full-page cartoons with captions provided Kursell show 30 mostly high-ranking Soviet officials, who are presented with a distinctly "Jewish" facial features in the racial-ideological sense of time (thick lips, kinky hair, watery eyes). Among the reviled found by Lenin, Alexander Parvus, Adolf Joffe, Tobias Axelrod, and Emma Goldman. The first edition Alfred Rosenberg wrote the  inflammatory preface, was published in 1921 under the title ibid gravedigger Russia. Some contamporary annotations. 

 

© 2008 Blog Rare Books