Liége, Paris, Denoël (19, Rue Amélie), 1937. Item #25941
Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 99 pages. In French. Pierre-Bloch was one of few parliamentarians to oppose the Munich Agreement. As a Jew, he was particularly concerned by the fate in store for the Jews of Adolf Hitler's Germany. This book covers the trial of David Frankfurter, a Jew who assassinated Swiss branch leader of the German NSDAP chef Wilhelm Gustloff in 1936 in Davos, Switzerland. This became an important pretext for German aggression. Pages discolored, worn at edges. Pages unopened. Covers are slightly stained, with writing in pencil on front. Tear at the top of spine. Good condition. (HOLO2-28-13).