The Condemned Generation

n.p. n.p., 1954. Broadside measuring 28 x 14 cm; printed in blue on newsprint. Initially published in "The Women's Voice," the organ of Lyrl Clark van Hyning's We, the Mothers, Mobilize for America organization, Eustace Mullins, the homosexual anti-Semite and conspiracy theorist makes an impassioned plea against sending American soldiers to die in the Zionist-Communist United Nations wars. Instead, he maintains that "lives of our American boys could be saved if fifty international Jewish bankers could meet a speedy and well-deserved death." Some chipping to the edges; newsprint browned; sliver missing from grazing, but not affecting the text. A Very Good copy of this scarce, fragile item. One copy located at the Wisconsin Historical Society. Item #02965

Price: $75.00