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Salzburgs wiederaufgebaute Synagoge; Festschrift zur Einweihung
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Salzburgs wiederaufgebaute Synagoge; Festschrift zur Einweihung

Salzburg: Judaica Verlag, 1968. Paperback. 208p., illustrated with period photography and facsimiles, tables, lists of names. In the back find numerous ads for local business, possibly to encourage pilgrimage tourism, or to endorse acknowledgement of antisemitic crime. Softbound, bears a scrawled ownership name, quite worn with edgewear, handling-soil and small stains, with creasing, tears, and flecking to both covers, back cover especially. Interior is generally good except for ten or so leaves with corner-tip adhesions which we have freed up successfully. A reference copy, as is.

$15.00

The Spoil of Europe; The Nazi Technique in Political and Economic Conquest
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The Spoil of Europe; The Nazi Technique in Political and Economic Conquest

By Reveille, Thomas [pseud.]

London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1942. Hardcover. First British issue; 344p., illustrated with a number of organizational charts and line maps. Hardbound in flexible red cloth boards titled in gilt, lacks the jacket, a bright sound copy. The front free endsheet bears an old ownership name and notes (ink, datelined Aug.1943), no other markings of any kind, a good to very good copy. From the web: author used a pseudonym "because he is connected with an agency of the United States Government." Find Reveille cited by Hannah Arendt, she disagreeing somewhat From the web: a pseudonym was used because he is connected with an agency of the United STates Government." Arendt cites Reveille in her work, disagreeing slightly.

$15.00

Invitation to the Leipzig Spring Fair 1938
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Invitation to the Leipzig Spring Fair 1938

Leipzig: the Fair, 1937. [12p.], staplebound brochure with illustrations very good. Promotional brochure for a major German commercial fair, with over eight thousand exhibitors. Drawings depict businessmen happily exploring endless booths while swastika banners fly overhead. Includes a map of the world with branch offices highlighted, and a list of contacts in the United States (small pen note on this page).

$45.00

Sonoma County Lesbian & Gay Alliance News: vol. 2, #2, March 1979; Washington March set for October 14
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Sonoma County Lesbian & Gay Alliance News: vol. 2, #2, March 1979; Washington March set for October 14

Santa Rosa: SLGA News, 1979. Newspaper. 12p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, reports, calender, news, lightly-worn on newsprint. Stories on the Washington March and another Nazi Rally in Santa Rosa.

$25.00

The Third Reich and the Ukrainian Question; Documents 1934-1944
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The Third Reich and the Ukrainian Question; Documents 1934-1944

By Kosyk, Wolodymyr

London: Ukrainian Central Information Service, 1991. Paperback. 175p., softbound in plain printed 8.5x6 inch wraps; the upper corner has suffered a bad bump that crumpled cover-tips and every leaf-tip. In all other respects a sound copy, clean and unmarked. The documents are English-only, and reproduced in type not photostat. Author argues "that the Ukrainian national-liberation movement was not only fighting against the Nazi German occupational forces in Ukraine, but was also waging war against the Stalinist dictatorship" (back cover text).

$25.00

El Genocidio, Crimen contra la Humanidad. Este trabajo obtuvo mencion honorifica en el Segundo Curso de Doctorado en Derecho (1963) U.N.A.M.
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El Genocidio, Crimen contra la Humanidad. Este trabajo obtuvo mencion honorifica en el Segundo Curso de Doctorado en Derecho (1963) U.N.A.M.

By Sanchez Larios, Eligio

Mexico City: Ediciones Botas, 1966. Paperback. 373p., small paperbound, cover nicely printed in three colors on buff, 7x4.5 inch wraps. Unopened, except for title page, which we did neatly from long experience but, --caveat emptor-- paperstock throughout is both toned and fragile and parting it will be tricky.

$15.00

Viking America [cover story]; Just How Far Did They Make It? by Philip Rife [in] The Barnes Review A Journal of Nationalist Thought & History.  November/December 2016 . Volume XXII . Number 6
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Viking America [cover story]; Just How Far Did They Make It? by Philip Rife [in] The Barnes Review A Journal of Nationalist Thought & History. November/December 2016 . Volume XXII . Number 6

By Tiffany, John, editor. Paul Angel, executive ed. Willis A. Carto, founder

Upper Marlboro MD: TBR Co, 2016. Pp.4-11 of 80, illustrated in b&w field and exhibit photos, slick magazine with similarly gotten-up stories, printed on alkaline paperstock, 11x8 inches. Sound, clean and free of any marks. Relatively free also of proNazi slant; not so many other stories herein.

$30.00

Concentration Camp Money; A special \'All-Holocaust\' issue devoted exclusively to the single most written and talked about historical topic in the Western World today.   The Barnes Review, A Journal of Nationalist Thought & History. Bringing history into accord wih the facts in the tradition of Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes
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Concentration Camp Money; A special 'All-Holocaust' issue devoted exclusively to the single most written and talked about historical topic in the Western World today. The Barnes Review, A Journal of Nationalist Thought & History. Bringing history into accord wih the facts in the tradition of Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes

By Carto, Willis A., editor & publisher

Washington DC: The Barnes Review, 2009. Paperback. 112p., illustrated with period press photography, softbound, a hybrid, paper-bound in slick magazine format, Clean, very little handled, a very good copy. Find nineteen separate holocaust-denial articles.

$20.00

Hitler\'s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law
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Hitler's American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law

By Whitman, James Q.

Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017. Hardcover. viii, 208p., very good condition in soiled dj. On how American racism and Jim Crow laws inspired the Nazi's Nuremberg Laws.

$12.00

Intelligence Report [6 issues of the magazine]
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Intelligence Report [6 issues of the magazine]

By Potok, Mark, Intelligence Project Director

Montgomery, Alabama: Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, 2006. Magazine. Six issues of the quarterly magazine, a complete run for the period between Spring 2005 and Summer 2006. Various pagination, all 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Issues present are Numbers 117-122. All have slightly worn wraps, else generally very good condition.

$25.00

Seeing through \
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Seeing through "paradise": Artists and the Terezín Concentration Camp

Boston: Massachusetts College of Art, 1991. Paperback. 88p., 11x8.5 inches, paperback, illus., very good condition. Exhibit catalog for the exhibition of the same name at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, March 6 - May 4, 1991. Reproductions of the art works by internees at the Terezín Concentration Camp are in both color and black and white, and accompanied by essays about different aspects of the camp and internees' cultural activities.

$15.00

Berkeley Barb, Vol. 3, No. 17 (#63) Oct. 28, 1966
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Berkeley Barb, Vol. 3, No. 17 (#63) Oct. 28, 1966

By Scherr, Max (ed.)

Berkeley: The Berkeley Barb, 1966. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, illus., very good. Berkeley Barb was the longest lasting Berkeley underground paper. Various free speech uproars in this issue: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party head a rally at Civic Center in San Francisco which was met with eggs and tomatoes from a hostile crowd of SDS, YSA, PL, DuBois Club members among others. Recounting of the Barb's travails in trying to sell the Barb on campus at UC. The Folk Scene column is devoted to the decidedly non-folk Yardbirds' loudly amped show at the Fillmore, mulling over a new electric hippy music "struggling to burst forth and take over." Short news article about panel discussion on "Your Child and the Growing Years" at UC Med Center quotes one Lewis Durham of Glide Foundation about how parents sharing acid trips with their children can be instructive. Article speculating on whether Stokely Carmichael of SNCC will speak or not at an upcoming conference on Black Power sponsored by SDS. Plus other news and ads of the time.

$25.00

Children and Fire: fourth novel in the Burgdorf Cycle [signed]
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Children and Fire: fourth novel in the Burgdorf Cycle [signed]

By Hegi, Ursula

New York: Scribner, 2011. Hardcover. 265p., signed on title page by the author, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj with Autographed wraparound band from Book Passage. A teacher in Burgdorf, Germany becomes caught up in the early months of Hitler's regime and encourages her ten year old students to join the "Hitler-Jugend

$25.00

New Tribalism
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New Tribalism

By Hardy, D. E., editor, Cliff Raven, Leo Bereton, Dan Thorne, Paul Rogers, Leo Zulueta, et al.

Honolulu: Hardy Marks, 1988. Paperback. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, articles, illustrated with b&w and color photos, very good first edition paperback in black pictorial wraps. Tattootime Series #1. Articles on Borneo, Sailor Jerry, the Swastika.

$95.00

Atlas zur deutschen geschichte der jahre 1914 bis 1933
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Atlas zur deutschen geschichte der jahre 1914 bis 1933

By von Leers, Johann; Konrad Frenzel

Bielefeld; Leipzig: Velhagen & Klasing, 1934. 4 preliminary leaves, 42 pages with color maps, slender hardcover, ex-library with surplus duplicate discard stamp. Maps showing the Nazi perspective on European history since 1914; prefaced with a quote from Mein Kampf.

$25.00

Moscow 1941/1943 Stalingrad: Recollections Stories Reports
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Moscow 1941/1943 Stalingrad: Recollections Stories Reports

By Sevruk, Vladimir, compiler

Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1970. Hardcover. 278p., illustrated with 33 pages of plates and one fold-out map, very good condition in worn and soiled dj.

$12.00

Den 4. vabenart Hovedtraek af de europaeiske modstandsbevaegelsers histoirie 1939-45
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Den 4. vabenart Hovedtraek af de europaeiske modstandsbevaegelsers histoirie 1939-45

By Haestrup, Jorgen

[Odense]: Odense Universitetsforlag, 1976. Paperback. 529p., wraps, 3 maps, wraps worn, previous owner's name on front page, else good condition. Text in Danish. Odense University Studies in History and Social Sciences Vol. 34. On European resistance movements during World War II.

$15.00

Auch Dinge haben ihre Tranen\
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Auch Dinge haben ihre Tranen". Images dedicated to the victims of the Mauthausen concentration camp - to remind us and the generations coming after us of the horrible, hirtorical truth and its ideological origins. Exhibition at the Memorial Site of the Mauthausen concentration camp, Baracke I, 7 July - 10 September, 1995

By Friedl, Herbert, artist

Wein: Bundesministerium fur Inneres, 1995. 47p., faithful color reproductions on glossy alkaline paperstock, texts in German and English equally; softbound in 8x8.5 inch pictorial wraps. A little edgeworn with light cover corner creasing that (light or not) affects every leaf. Clean and sound within, a good to very good copy. Find a photoportrait of Friedl; most of the images reproduced here are of striped prison garb, with color-coded patches, wear, how displayed. Caption title on p.5, "Images as resistance against the strategy of repression

$20.00

The Six Million Swindle; Blackmailing the German people for hard marks with fabricated corpses
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The Six Million Swindle; Blackmailing the German people for hard marks with fabricated corpses

By App, Austin J.

Tacoma Park, MD: Boniface Press, 1974. Pamphlet. Reprint from 1973. 38p., softbound, a pamphlet in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled wraps. Cover mildly dust-smudged, first several pages are sloppily underlined in ink. A sound copy but as is. App a Holocaust denier.

$15.00

National socialist: journal of the American National Socialist Workers Party (January 2008)
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National socialist: journal of the American National Socialist Workers Party (January 2008)

By While, Bill (ed.)

Roanoke, VA: American National Socialist Workers Party, 2008. 16p. glossy magazine, has been read, but in very good condition. Neo-Nazi magazine, with cover focus on "The Roanoke Times Exposed" and five pages inside accusing staff members of various degeneracy and doxxing their addresses and phone numbers. Also nostalgic piece about when Virginia closed schools in resistance to integration orders.

$35.00

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