Excerpts from "The International Jew" by Henry Ford, Which Appeared in His Newspaper The Dearborn Independent, May, 1920 to April, 1921

n.p., [ca. 1960s]. 8vo; stapled, yellow wrappers, [4], 32 pp, photograph of Ford. An unattributed publication, but likely issued by James K. Warner under his Sons of Liberty imprint when he still resided in Hollywood, CA. Although published by Ford's Dearborn Independent, "The International Jew" was largely the work of William Cameron, the Dearborn's editor. Laid in is a scarce reprint of a 1939 pamphlet titled "Parallelism - U.S.S.R. and U.S.A." and written by Tahkov Petrov in Los Angeles. An anti-Semitic analysis of the Bolshevik revolution. We could find nothing about Petrov, although the U.S. was teeming with anti-Semitic White Russians during the 1920s and 30s. It appears that the original edition was issued by Gerald Winrod's Defenders Tract Committee in Wichita, KS. We find one copy of any edition in OCLC at Northwestern, although we note another copy at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Two copies of "Excerpts" at Univ of Michigan and UC Irvine. Item #05640

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