La grande invasion - The great Invasion by Jacques Saint-Germain - An anti-Semitic publication in France against Jewish immigration to French territory on the eve of World War II. Paris, 1939 - First edition.
An anti-Semitic publication calling for limiting Jewish immigration to France after it opened its gates during the first decades of the 20th century and became the "largest immigration country in the world". The author claims that in 1921 about three percent of the total population were immigrants, compared to 1939 when the percentage of immigrants reached almost 10%, and that of 1000 Polish citizens who became naturalized in France, 70% are Jews. He argues that Jews are taking over France amid a major unemployment crisis and seizing centers of power so that most members of the federations participating in the French Federation are Jews, and that one need not be anti-Semitic in order to pound the table, prefer the interests of the homeland and say "No!" to Jewish immigration into France. Throughout the book, Jews are referred to by derogatory names such as "the limping devil", "the small, sickly bloated man, Lifshitz, Goldberg", and more. The author accuses, among others, the League Against Anti-Semitism of Bernard Lecache (see DYNASTY auction 23 item 57) which spends tens of millions to cause French citizens to "swallow the bitter pill" of Jewish immigration, claims that the "League of Human Rights" is composed mostly of Jews, and that the Jewish politicians and lawyers have brought about control of French society as a whole, and more. The author calls to immediately expel all Jews from French politics, to economically prefer French over Jews in all areas, impose heavy taxes on Jews to deter them from coming to France, restrict Jewish residences, and more.
On the cover is an illustration of Jews with stereotypical faces immigrating to France.
212  p. Good - Very good condition.