Pamphlets from the era of National Socialism 1930s-1940s

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LibrOffc BS649.F3 .F75 1938
Hitler or Christ?
Kansas City, Mo. : Friends of Democracy, [1938?]
4 unnumbered pages ; 18 cm


LibrOffc D742.G7 C5596 1943
Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965.
Winston Churchill, prime minister; a selection from speeches made by Winston Churchill during the four years that Britain has been at war.
New York City, N.Y., British Information Services, 1943.
[52] pages illustrations (including portraits) 23 x 18 cm


LibrOffc D742 .U5 L86 1940
Lundeen, Ernest, 1878-1940.
Six men and war. Speech of Hon. Ernest Lundeen, of Minnesota, in the Senate of the United States, July 11, 1940 ...
Washington, 1940.


LibrOffc D743.9 .B3 1945
Evening star (Washington, D.C.)
Battle briefs : selections from the reports of war correspondents of the Evening Star.
Washington : Evening Star Newspaper Co., ©1945.
48 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm


LibrOffc D804.3 .H58 1943
Hitler's black record : the documented story of Nazi atrocities against the Jews.
Part one
Part two
New York : American Jewish Congress, 1943.
23 pages ; 29 cm.


LibrOffc D805.R9 C6 1941
Conference of German Prisoner of War Privates and Non-commissioned Officers in the Soviet Union
First conference of German prisoner of war privates and non commissioned officers in the Soviet Union.
Part one
Part two
Moscow : Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1941.
55 pages : 20 cm


LibrOffc DD253 .T6 1940
Tolischus, Otto D. (Otto David), 1890-1967.
How Hitler prepared / by Otto D. Tolischus.
[New York] : [New York Times], [1940?]
8 pages ; 23 cm


LibrOffc DD253 .W4 1935
Wertheimer, Mildred S (Mildred Salz), 1896-.
Germany under Hitler / by Mildred S. Wertheimer.
New York : Foreign policy Association Boston : World peace Foundation, 1935.
48 pages ; 20 cm.


LibrOffc DD253.25 .A5 1942
American viewpoints on Nazi aggression, [by] Helen Keller, William Green, General Hugh Johnson, [and] Wythe Williams. A symposium.
[New York] American council against Nazi propaganda, Inc. [1942]
15 pages 19 cm


LibrOffc DD255.U6 C5 1940
Citizenship educational service, inc., New York.
Footprints of the Trojan horse : some methods used by foreign agents within the United States / illustrations by Jack Betts.
New York : Citizenship educational Service, Inc, [©1940].
32 leaves : illustrations (including map) ; 27 cm.


LibrOffc DS135.G33 M22
Marcus, Jacob Rader, 1896-1995.
Is anti-semitism justified in Germany? / Jacob Rader Marcus, PH. D. (University of Berlin).
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [between 1940 and 1945]
22 pages ; 23 cm

LibrOffc DS135.G33 G493 1939
Germany and the Jews : a plain statement of facts.
[London] : Jewish Board of Deputies, 1939.
15 pages ; 22 cm


LibrOffice DS145 .V3 1936
Valentin, Hugo Mauritz, 1888-1963.
Antisemitism historically and critically examined / by Hugo Valentin ; translated from the Swedish by A. G. Chater.
New York : Viking Press, 1936.
324 p ; 22 cm.


LibrOffc E184.J5 H73 1941
Hoffmann, Conrad, 1884-1958.
The Jews today : a call to Christian action / by Conrad Hoffmann, Jr.
Part one
Part two
Part three
New York : Friendship Press, 1941.
80 pages ; 18 cm.
Series: Study and action series ; no. 4

LibrOffc HF1456.5.G3 T46 1936
Tenenbaum, Joseph, 1887-.
Three years Anti-Nazi boycott.
New York : Joint Boycott Council of the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee, [1937].
Pages:   15 pages ; 21 cm.

LibrOffc JC423 .C65 1940
Freedom or fascism?.
New Haven : Published for the Connecticut League of Women Voters by Yale University Press London : Humphrey Milford : Oxford University Press, 1940.
54 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.