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Behind the Dictators: A Factual Analysis of the Relationship of Nazi Fascism and Roman Catholicism by  L. H Lehmann - Hardcover - Second Edition - 1946 - from BiblioStax and

Behind the Dictators: A Factual Analysis of the Relationship of Nazi Fascism and Roman Catholicism

by Lehmann, L. H

Condition: Good/Good

New York: Agora Publishing, 1946. Enlarged second edition. Fourth printing, November, 1946. Rare original. Black cloth boards, gilt cover titles, moderate shelf wear, rub. Smooth, coated pages generally very good; few w/bracketing in lt. pencil, few w/moderate discoloration. Several antiquarian stamps at endpapers: "William H. Koester, 183 South Fourth St., Alhambra, California". String-bind good; hinges intact. Original dust wrapper of blue matte material w/black title design and spine titles, some edge wear, discoloration, two strips of white adhesive reinforcing spine area; unclipped 1.75, protected in new clear sleeve. Front flap features summary of this title; back panel features pictorial advert for Forgotten Women by Helen Conry. Ad features image of sister peering at bird through stone nunnery window. Near very good rarity in near good wrapper. Opening chapter examines the Jesuits, Jews and Masons. Then, the rise and fall of dictators and the masters pulling their strings. Topics include the Protocols, Jesuits, and the rise of several installed leaders over the last few hundred years. Fascinating and disturbing work which examines the ambiguous relations between the Fascist and Nazi dictators, and the Roman Catholic church. Profusely illustrated with numerous in-text and full-page b/w photographic reproductions of Roman Catholic personalities with fascist leaders, newspaper clippings, and other documents. Rare and revealing photographs. 108 pages. Insured post.. Second Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book.


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