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Der Stürmer Vol. 1

Der Stürmer The Nazi Newspaper of Hate, 1923-1930, Vol. 1, 1019 pages, IllusB&W, ISBN 0975042311, (Digital NSDAP Documents, Brisbane, 2015).

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Der Stürmer The Nazi Newspaper of Hate, 1923-1930, Vol. 1, 1019 pages, IllusB&W, ISBN 0975042311, (Digital NSDAP Documents, Brisbane, 2015). New. A digital collection of the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer, issues published between 1939-1941 inclusive, with English keyword index. CD-ROM. PC only. Not Apple.Volume One: Streicher, Hitler, Nuremberg and the Jews,spans the years 1923 to 1930 inclusive. Three years after the proclamation of the German Workers Party 25 point political program and in the midst of spiralling hyperinflation in Germany in 1923, the school teacher Julius Streicher of Nuremberg, one of Adolf Hitler’s earliest adherents, produced a 6 page newsletter. Entitled Der Stürmer, the intent of the publication, from the very first issue, was to highlight the villainous, scurrilous, subversive and ultimately ruinous role of ‘the Jew’ as Streicher and his collaborators saw them, in local, national and international politics, social relations and indeed ‘world history’. This first volume of Der Stürmer: The Nazi Newspaper of Hate, covers  the period of the failed Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler’s reorganisation of the Nazi Party in 1925 following his release from prison, the publication of the first edition of Hitler’s Mein Kampf and the rise of the Nazi party to become the second-largest party in the Reichstag following their capture  of 18.3 percent of the vote in September 1930. Please note: This product is not for use or sale in Italy, Austria or France or in any other state or country where such material contravenes state or federal law. ORDERS ORIGINATING FROM THESE DESTINATIONS WILL NOT BE FILLED. In accordance with German law, German orders will be filled providing sufficient evidence is supplied demonstrating the material will be used for 'educational purposes, for art, science or research, for illustrating historical events'. Acceptance of orders will be at the discretion of AIHGS. No correspondence will be entered into for orders not accepted.