HITLER'S SO-CALLED "NEW ORDER" IN EUROPE - Sharp anti-Nazi publication in the midst of World War II, by Dmitry Manuilsky, published by FOREIGN LANGUAGES PUBLISHING HOUSE Moscow, 1943.
In a pocket booklet intended for the civilian population that did not yet know the magnitude of the Nazi crimes, the author describes in simple and sharp language the crimes of the Germans and announces on behalf of the Soviet nation believing in Stalin as the future winner of the war, that the future of the cruel Hitler "new order" is imminent. " What is Hitler's 'new order' in Europe? Imagine that all the prisons in the world have released the most serious criminals ... murderers, robbers, thieves ... Imagine that these criminals were armed with the most destructive weapons ... and finally those criminals control some Large than the population of Europe, that these criminals can at any moment inflict death on millions of people ... yet the nightmare rule that these fleeing criminals will inflict on Europe is a miserable imitation of the bloody madhouse that the Hitlerites call the "new order" ... the Hitler villains perform a million times more Crimes of what every criminal behind bars has ever committed ... The average criminal will not harm anyone who is not his enemy, while the Hitler criminals kill millions of people who are not "enemies" every day ... The abominable Hitler cruelty means an ocean of blood of a civilian population larger than what Ever done in history ... " . He goes on to write that: "Europe must get up in the morning, go to work, eat and sleep according to orders from Berlin, and whoever refuses to bow to this "command" gets a Gestapo bullet in the back of his neck." After the author prolongs the crimes of the Germans in Europe he concludes: "Judgment Day is coming ... the Hitler slaughterers will answer for all the crimes they committed ...".
The Author Dmitry Manolsky [1883-1959] An important Bolshevik revolutionary, a Soviet politician who was secretary of the Comintern Executive Committee, the Communist International from December 1926 until its dissolution in May 1943. Member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1923–1952.
Rare publication that does not appear in the National Library.
12 pages. 14 cm. Very good condition.