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In good German. Weekly for law and order. Austria under Judah's star

In good German. Weekly for law and order. Austria under Judah's star.   written and published by Dietrich Eckart, Munich, 1920. 8vo. 16pp., Including the printed / pictorial wrappers. Loosely translated, this weekly publication.   Johann Dietrich Eckart Eckart was born in 1868 in Neumarkt, Germany. Between 1918 and 1920, Eckart edited the anti-Semitic periodical on Good German, published along with Alfred Rosenberg and Gottfried Feder. Was A fierce critic of the Weimar Republic, he vehemently opposed the Treaty of Versailes, Which He viewed as treason, and was a proponent of the so-called Dolchstoblegende, according to Which the Social Democrats and Jews were to blame for Germany's defeat in World I Echart what involved in founding the German Workers Party (German Worker's Party), together with Gottfried Feder and Anton Drexler in 1919, later renamed the National Socialist German Workers 'Party (National Socialist German Workers' Party, NSDAP. Eckart met Adolf Hitler during a speech he gave before party members in 1919. It was Eckart who Introduced Alfred Rosenberg to Adolf Hitler. Between 1920 and 1923, Eckart and Rosenberg labored tirelessly in the service of Hitler and the party. Rosenberger edited the Munchener observer, a party newspaper. In the pages of The Munchener observers, Rosenberg published the Protocols of the Elders of Zion On 9 November 1923, Eckart was involved in the Nazi party's failed Beer Hall Putsch,. he was arrested and placed in Landsberg Prison along with Hitler and other part officials   He died of. a heart attack at Berchtesgaden on 26 December 1923rd Hitler dedicated the second volume of Mein Kampf to Eckart. In publishing this propaganda, Eckart collaborated with the artist Otto Kursell (1884-1967) He used his anti-Semitic drawings throughout this and other brochures, as well as other anti-Semitic. He Remained a favorite artist of the National Socialists. In this work the Jews are portrayed as the true evil of Bolshevism. The caricatures by V. Kursell depict Jewish-Russian politicians and personalities of the time. anti-Jewish caricatures in that style were later seen in many children's books during the Nazi Third Reich. Each illustration in verse accompanied by D. Eckhart. text in German.


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