By Dietrich Eckart
BOLSHEVISM FROM MOSES TO LENIN: A conversation among ADOLF HITLER AND ME
A penetrating examine the position of the Jews in international background, from Biblical instances to the twentieth century, through the poet and playwright to whom Hitler devoted Mein Kampf. Lucid exposition of Jewish psychology, factors, and techniques of working. offers new, important perception into the which means of the previous testomony. This new version is a trade-size, caliber paperback.
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Translator] (33) A Jew-controlled, socialist government of Paris which lasted only from March 18 to May 27, 1871, but which was responsible for thousands of horribly atrocious murders during this brief period. J. Wodeslowsky, Jewish World, January 1, 1909. (35) Joseph Cohen, Jewish World, November 4, 1913. (36) Jewish Chronicle, December 10, 1911. (37) Sombart, op. , pp. 32-33. , p. 39 (39) Five years after Der Bolschewismus was written—on June 2, 1928—an article appeared in Liberty magazine, by the former head of the United States Secret Service, William J.
81) Luther, Von den Juden und ihren Lügen. (82) Ibid. (83) Feodor Dostoevski, An Author's Diary, (1876-1880) (84) Dostoevski spent five years in a Siberian prison camp at Omsk (1849-1854). [Translator] (85) Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925) was the Marxist leader of the Social Democrats. He collaborated with other traitors to bring about the German collapse of 1918 and became Reichspräsident under the new regime, in 1919. [Translator] (86) Kurt Eisner (1867-1919) was a Jewish journalist politician and Marxist leader in Bavaria.
Translator] (80) Arthur Ruppin, Die Juden der Gegenwart (Berlin, 1904), p. 203 ff. (81) Luther, Von den Juden und ihren Lügen. (82) Ibid. (83) Feodor Dostoevski, An Author's Diary, (1876-1880) (84) Dostoevski spent five years in a Siberian prison camp at Omsk (1849-1854). [Translator] (85) Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925) was the Marxist leader of the Social Democrats. He collaborated with other traitors to bring about the German collapse of 1918 and became Reichspräsident under the new regime, in 1919.
Bolshevism: From Moses to Lenin: A Dialogue Between Adolf Hitler and Me by Dietrich Eckart