THE YELLOW SPOT: The Extermination of the jews in Germany with an introduction by the bishop of Durham, - THE FIRST COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY STUDY - Published by VICTOR GOLLANCZ LTD, London 1936 - First Edition. The first ever exposure of Nazi Germany's antisemitic propaganda machine against the Jews in all areas of life. The book reports on the forms of anti-Semitism as expressed at the time of publication, and relies on dozens of sources: the Nazi press itself, the German schools and education, and the official institutions in Germany - many photographs and documents that first appeared in the publication before us revealing "The situation of the Jew in Germany currently".
Brave and early publicity of its kind examining The difficult situation of German Jews in all areas of life under the influence of Nazi racism, before the deportation of the Jews to the death camps and the terrible Holocaust. Exposure of severe antisemitic Public phenomena that at that time were not known to the wider world such as: Deportation of Jews from businesses in German medicine, law, and culture. Forced sale of Jewish businesses, denial of Jewish civil rights in Germany, including a ban on immigration, closure of public places of entertainment for Jews - such as swimming pools, museums and theaters, Definition of villages and areas "forbidden for Jews to enter", Discrimination against Jewish patients in hospitals. An important part of the book deals with the phenomenon of Studying 'race theory' in German primary schools accompanied by antisemitic education, and exposing the propaganda of the Nazi 'Der Sturmer' while quoting from the newspaper and photographs that appear in it. Quotes are provided from Nazi party leaders regarding their intentions toward the Jews, examples of 'public punishment' for humiliating Jews in Germany, as well as official punishment against "Jewish-loving" Germans, and more.
We will emphasize that the book was published in 1936 and it reveals for the first time "one of the most amazing chapters in modern history" as the editor puts it. Many such publications were published at the end of and after World War II after realizing the magnitude of the catastrophe that the theory of race had inflicted on the Jewish people. It is rare to find a publication that even in those days knew how to accurately diagnose the destructiveness of racial theory, its actual use, and the dire consequences it had on the Jews, even in those days.
287 p. 22 cm. Few stains. Good condition.