[Berlin] : [Nibelungen-Verlag], . First edition. A viciously anti-Semitic work that begins with an historical account of how a small group of Spanish and Portuguese Jews arrived in the Netherlands in the 15th and 16th centuries. This is followed by unfavorable quotations on the Jews from Tacitus, Voltaire, Eduard Drumont, Henry Ford, Napoleon, & Goethe. Many unflattering photographs of Jews engaged as jewelers, traders, or financiers while others depict them as genetically inferior ghetto dwellers. There is a section on the Rothschild family, as well as photographs of influential American Jews such as Bernard Baruch, Felix Warburg, Henry Morgenthau, and Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Although there is no publisher or place listed, the book was likely published in Berlin as an attempt by the Nazis to convert the Dutch people to anti-Semitism.
Illustrated wrappers (6 ¼” x 8 ”) printed in color, 63 p., photographs of Jews throughout. In Dutch. Some light edgewear, foxing and soiling to wrappers; 2” split at the front wrapper fold with a much smaller one at the bottom. A VG copy. Item #07558