Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1937. Hardcover. Prewar annotated copy of an early American edition of Mein Kampf, by an unidentified and enraged anti Fascist. A portion of the front dust jacket on inside board & rear dust jacket is tipped on at the front, with the review by Dorothy Thompson, and a handwritten note, "Fascism", and "turn to page 24".
These lengthy comments at pp24-25, are next to the statement "by defending myself against the Jews, I am fighting for the Lord's work" (p25), include: "How does he know what would result from such a "law". Why! Has he ever tried Marxism or Communism? No! Hitler has chased out all of the leading men of science out of Germany, mostly Jews, and has set civilization back into the middle ages". Other comments are written the early pages of the book.
Abridged and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale. 8vo, frontispiece, viii, 297pp. Brown cloth with red titles, cloth worn and rubbed; loose inner hinge. Period printed b&w photographs of Mussolini & Hitler as cartoon figures tipped in at rear, with rather vulgar graphic commentary. OCLC: 1871951. Good - condition. Item #24686