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The Mongrel (Julius Streicher Der Sturmer, 622-02) Paperback – 2006
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Translated from the rare Third Reich original "Der Pudelmopsdackelpinscher" with original illustrations by Willi Hofman. Anti-Semitic indoctrination of children through comparisons of Jewish people with animals. Extra radical even by Third Reich standards. SC. 63pp.
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His aim was to "enlighten" (corrupt) children at the earliest age on Hitler's "invented" "Jewish Question." Streicher edited and published three disgusting "Children's Editions" of racist books to be distributed among German schools. In the trial, two of the detestable books and their contents were revealed.
This particular one was not mentioned. It is by far, the most disgusting bit of racism this side of Goebbels "Der Ewige Jude." In this book, Der Sturmer compares Jewery with baccilus, grasshoppers, tapeworms, mongeral dogs, hyenas, cocoo birds, bedbugs, etc, etc. All preceded by descriptions of noxious animals then compares these traits to the perceived racial stereotypes bred into the German psyche for generations.
It is no wonder that in the end, Streicher became a real "Swinger." The gallows did not instantly claim him. He strangled and groaned at the end of his rope, till an American Sgt. entered into the gallows chamber to help "Herr Streicher" on his path to hell.
Let this book be a warning to all who think they are superior and feel justified to persecute others, no matter the reason. Your obsession will become pathological and hopefully justice can be served before you have an opportunity to poison an entire people with your predjudices.