2 issues of the antisemitic weekly 'Der Stürmer' founded by Julius Streicher - The wildest and most brutal antisemitic incitement newspaper of all time.
* Issue No. 1 dated: January 16, 1938. The headline of the newspaper 'Madagascar', and a large cartoon of a Jew embracing the earth with his hands, and an antisemitic caption: "The crisis angers the Jew, the new side arouses nerves in him ... He's afraid the end is near ... ", And an antisemitic article emphasizing the Gestapo's role in the persecution of the Jews as something that was finally done after years of neglecting treatment the "Jewish problem." The paper is full of articles and harsh antisemitic cartoons. Tears in margins of some pages. Stains. Detached pages.
* Issue No. 28 dated: July 11, 1940. On the title page of the newspaper is an antisemitic cartoon in which the devil is seen embracing a Jew with an hourglass in his hand and the antisemitic caption about the devil threatening through the Jew. And a long article about the 'angel of death' in the form of the Jew. On one of the middle pages is a photograph of a Jew in Vienna during a Tvilah in the mikveh and the antisemitic caption that accompanies the photograph: "here, the Jews mumble prayers and wrapped up in. The water gets a black-gray color within a few hours from the smell of the jews." And many antisemitic articles and pictures. (On page 9 a missing tear on the left at the top of the page with text impact on several lines).
Der Stürmer ("The Assailant") was an extremist antisemitic weekly that spearheaded Nazi propaganda in the war against the Jews. The paper was founded in the spring of 1923 by Julius Streicher, and appeared until the end of World War II in 1945. Streicher was known as a particularly extreme and cruel anti-Semite, and this is evident in the contents of his newspaper. The newspaper engaged in wild antisemitic incitement throughout its years of existence, and it is considered to this day the most radical newspaper that came out against the Jews during Nazi rule, and in general. The type of the newspaper was rude, aggressive and easy to understand. The articles consisted of simple, clear and blatant propaganda sentences, repeated anti-Semitic cartoons, antisemitic stories (which were also intended for young people - An antisemitic story appeared in each issue in sequels about the 'Jewish merchant'), and photographs of Jews in ghettos accompanied by antisemitic hate speech. As part of the newspaper's aggressive antisemitic line, he adopted as his motto the saying invented by Heinrich Treichka - "Jews are our disaster!" (In German: "Die Juden sind unser Unglück"). This slogan was engraved on the bottom of the title page of every issue since 1927, and was also used by the Nazis at official conferences. The peak circulation of the newspaper reached about eight hundred thousand copies.
Two complete sheets. moderate condition.