Je vous hais! [I hate you!] - Published by the Bureau Central de Presse - Paris, 1944. French. "150 Pages, 500 Documents - Absolutely Sensational" - a hateful pro-Nazi anti-Semitic issue from the Vichy regime - one of the most venomous antisemitic publications ever published. The publisher, Henry Coston, a French anti-Semitic journalist, active in anti-Jewish associations and a member of the fascist PPF movement.
The antisemitic message that emerges from all the pages of the issue is, as it is expressed in its first pages: there are no good Jews and bad Jews, just as there is no good or bad epidemic - The Jews wherever they are a plague. The Jews are members of a cursed nation whose official laws dictate the theft, deceit, and killing of all who are not Jew. Jewish history is a long line of betrayals and crimes. The Jews are the cause of all the disasters of the world in general past and present, and they are the disaster of the French nation. The conception of the economic and political positions of Jews in France was intended to crush France from within. The Jewish people are the source of all the ailments of French society. And the obvious conclusion: everything must be done to harm the Jews.
In order to illustrate the idea to the public and ignite suspicion towards the Jews and hatred, it contains dozens of articles, photographs, and antisemitic paintings. Among other things, A map of Europe appears, on which photographs of Jews from the various European communities have been attached in a photomontage work, in the center of which is a Jew in the shape of a twisting scorpion head and the antisemitic caption that threatens the multiplicity of Jews:: 'In 1914 - 200,000 juif en 1939 - 800,000 juifs ... ["In 1914 - 200,000 Jews In 1939 - 800,000 Jews ... not to mention half Jews!" - While these things were published a third of European Jewry had already been exterminated in the terrible Holocaust ], Also there are: a manipulative article on the 'lies' appearing in the Talmud, an article entitled: les juif controlaient [Jewish control] describing the crucial involvement of Jews in the French economy, cinema, theater, and various articles on the crimes of the Jews in the historical blood libels, the Dreyfus affair, and many more.
By the time the venomous issue was published, some 78,000 Jews, who made up about a quarter of French Jewry, had already been sent to the extermination camps.
150 pages, 31 cm. Reinforcements with paper gluing to the cover. Slight tears at the edges of the cover. condition good - moderate.