Guildford, Surrey: Published by the author, 1947. Second edition. Textured, stapled wrappers (23 cm) printed in black & red, viii, 124 pp. Some toning to wrappers and pages, light edgewear, VG+. The first and second editions are uncommon in commerce. Later reprinted by a litany of U.S. far right imprints.
An expanded version of the first edition in which Leese refutes the many reasons provided for England’s entry into WWII, maintaining that it was solely based on Jewish manipulation for self-preservation and advancement. A somewhat anomalous Leese publication at 124 pp. as the majority of his pamphlets were much shorter, including his autobiography which was only 74 pp. Initially published at the end of 1945 and according to Leese limited to a few hundred copies, this second edition appears to have been printed in the U.S. - for Leese - in 1947. Item #06879