HITLER'S GLOCKEN KLANGEN [Hitler's Bell is Ringing], by Aharon Romianek, illustrations by Mark Weiner. London, 1933. Yiddish.
A booklet of anti-Nazi poems and cartoons after Hitler's rise to power. In the introduction, the author writes about the terrible situation of masses taking to the streets with antisemitic cries and assaults on Jews after Hitler's rise to power. The content of the songs against Nazi Germany - "For the Destruction of German Ideas", "To Break the Swastika Cross", a poem about the Nazis' attempt to hide the horrors they are committing, Israel Saba sitting worried about what's to come. After the title page is a printed dedication to Capt. W.J. Webber and his organization, for his efforts and assistance to suffering German Jewry under Hitler's regime.
Illustrations: Boycott - As long as the swastika flag waves your goods will not enter a Jewish home in Britain, Hitler throwing the Jew out of closed-off Germany, the swastika figure in the form of a devil, and others.
28  p. 17.5 cm. Rust marks near the staples on some of the pages. Good condition.