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[FRIEDRICH GRIMM]. - Un Journaliste Allemand Vous Parle. Par le Dr Friedrich.

Paris, Editions le Pont [1941]. Octavo publisher's printed wrapper; 64pp. ¶ Grimm was a despicable specimen of Nazi upper middle management. A lawyer who had a good career among the right wing nationalists and anti-labour industrialists before the first world war he had an even better career after the war working for the overturn of the Versailles treaty and defending the murders of republicans and traitors by right wing killers. The treaty of Versailles was of course engineered by a conspiracy of world Jewry - he and his friend and idol Hitler agreed on this - and, a virulent anti-Semite, he was a busy propagandist and legal aide for the Nazi party, rewarded with a plum position in occupied France. After the war he wormed his way out of any serious punishment and by 1949 was again practicing as a lawyer, working for amnesty for Nazis and defending several who were charged with war crimes. His writing continued at a more fringe level - he was an early champion of holocaust denial and founding member of various neo-Nazi groups. Perhaps he should be admired for his persistence? This particular bit of journalism is the first of an occasional series collecting talks made on French radio. Here they date between April and July 1941 and clear up misunderstandings of 'Mein Kampf', true and false socialism - represented by Germany and the USSR - and other difficulties in the way of entente.
AUD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 47.25 US$ 54.11 | £UK 42 | JP¥ 5879] Book number 10546

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