San Antonio: Published by the author, 1966. Eighth printing. A very early Austin App pamphlet first published in April 1946, in which he implicates the U.S., Britain, and Russia in the rape of hundreds of thousands of Christian women across Germany and Central Europe. App cites religious figures and various newspaper sources in his sordid account of a wide-scale violation of women from 8 to 80, mainly at the hands of Russians, although he describes the rape and looting perpetrated by American and British troops as well. App later re-printed some of these same assertions in his pamphlet, “Red Genocide in German Village. Reds Cruficy Women, Rape, and Kill Everybody in Nemmersdorf, East Prussia.”
The German-American, Austin J. App, was a well-known English scholar who wrote mainly for Catholic and mainstream academic publishers before WWII. In 1946 he established his Boniface imprint in Philadelphia and spent the next nearly four decades writing as a prolific German/Nazi apologist and historical revisionist.
A single sheet folded to make 10 panels. Toning along the top, else Fine. Item #10109