New York: Eustace Mullins, 1953. One of a number of small press poetry publications issued by the anti-Semitic, Ezra Pound acolyte, Eustace Mullins. This anthology includes contributions from Mullins, Wade Donahoe, Hugo Plantagenet (pseudonym), Robert Reardon, and Israel Rabinowitz (pseudonym?). Donahoe and Plantagenet contributed poems to other Mullins anthologies, including Poetry Chicago and Three Hands, while Reardon died prematurely in 1966. Rabinowitz is described as a “brilliant Israeli student who will make his mark in poetry and politics,” although we surmise that both Plantagenet and Rabinowitz could have been pseudonyms for Mullins himself.
Stapled, black wrappers printed in silver,  p. A Fine copy. Approximately half a dozen copies in OCLC institutions. Scarce. Item #07940