A small collection of handbills related to “The Fascist” and Arnold Leese’s anti-Semitic activities

London/Surry: Arnold Leese, [ca. 1938]. Three items related to Arnold Leese’s anti-Semitic activities, including:

-A 5¼” x 8” two-sided subscription form for “The Fascist.” Recto includes the paper’s exposé of Communism and Socialism, The League of Nations, The Gold Standard, and Jewish control over White Men’s affairs along with advocating for a fascist constitution, racial pride, regeneration of agriculture, etc. Verso the form replete with swastika. Some offsetting to verso; “London, 1938” penned to the bottom of the recto helping to date this item.

-4” x 5¼” card on thin stock on why fascism is required and its four principles. Unattributed, but was acquired with numerous other Leese items.

-ca. 3” x 7” handbill on yellow stock advertising Leese’s Bureau of Anti-Jewish Information, in which he directs the reader to the Public Press for all pro-Jewish information.

All items ephemeral and scarce. Item #05799

Price: $95.00

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