last will of Adolf Hitler - Anti-Nazi propaganda leaf, published by D. Robbins & Co. New York 1942.
"I Adolf Hitler being unsound mind and misery and considering the possibility of fatal accident known as assassination, declare this to be my last (you hope) will and testament". 16 clauses of a "will" that mock what Hitler will leave behind. "To the Jews I leave a new holiday whitch they will celebrate annaally. The whole world knows that I was kind to them but they somehow didn't appreciate it... To Poland I leave a 16x18 gold-framed photograph of myself to hang tn their public schools to scare the hell out of any kid who might think along Nazi lines... ". On the outer part of the page there is an illustration with the image of Hitler with a wheel running over his head and the inscription "RIGHT IN DER FUEHRER'S FACE".
The date of the will: 'very soon'. The 'will' was published during Hitler's lifetime about two years before his death by suicide, as part of the Allied psychological warfare against the Nazi beast.
28x22 cm. Very good condition.