The Condemned Generation. Eustace MULLINS.

The Condemned Generation

[Chicago]: [Women's Voice], 1954. A broadside reprinting an article by Eustace Mullins originally published in Lyrl Clark van Hyning’s “The Women’s Voice,” the organ of her We, the Mothers, Mobilize for America organization. Mullins makes an impassioned plea against sending American soldiers to die in the Zionist-Communist United Nations wars. Instead, he maintains that the "lives of our American boys could be saved if fifty international Jewish bankers could meet a speedy and well-deserved death. He continues, “If the United Nations building must survive, let it become a crypt for the Satanic Jews who day and night plot the massacre of the flower of American youth.”

Broadside (5 ½” x 10 ½”) printed in blue on coated stock. Foxing, horizontal crease, some minor creasing and one small closed tear. A VG copy of a fragile and scarce broadside. One copy in OCLC at the Wisconsin Historical Society. Not in SINGERMAN. Item #07305

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