Item #10171 Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin: A Dialogue Between Adolf Hitler & Me. Dietrich Eckart, William Pierce.

Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin: A Dialogue Between Adolf Hitler & Me

[New York]: [Right Power], [ca. 1970]. A pamphlet reprinting Dietrich Eckart’s Der Bolschewismus von Moses bis Lenin: Zwiegespräch zwischen Adolf Hitler und mir originally published in Munich in 1924. The original pamphlet was assembled from unfinished notes left by Eckart upon his death in 1923 and features purported dialogue between Eckart and his mentee Adolf Hitler on Jewish subversion throughout history.

In 1966, future National Alliance founder, William Pierce, translated the article into English and published it in the second issue (Fall 1966) of National Socialist World, the short-lived, intellectual magazine of the American Nazi Party, which was edited by Pierce. Besides adding an introduction that contextualizes Eckart's article and his influence on Hitler, he also included helpful footnotes throughout.

The text was then published as a pamphlet by Right Power, an obscure far right group that was an essentially one-man operation led by William Gillespie in NYC. Right Power published a small magazine titled Right Power! and was an active campaigner for the release of Minutemen leader Robert DePugh. Gillespie moved to Houston, TX, during the early 1970s where he published numerous pamphlets and bibliographies on Eckart. Later editions were published by George Dietz’s Liberty Bell, the Historical Review Press in England, and Pierce’s National Vanguard Books (see the entry for Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin in Singerman Bibliography of Antisemitic Texts in English, which misses this edition).

Stapled wrappers (8 ½” x 5 ½”), title page printed in red, with verso featuring a Nazi soldier, [26] p. The only publication information is from a laid in slip by the Right Power, book dept. on the pamphlet's printing quality. Light wear to wrappers. Item #10171

Price: $75.00