Bochum, F. Kamp, 1935. Item #40588
1st edition. Original Illustrated Color paper wrappers. 8vo, 81 pages. Dark holocaust-era Nazi children’s book on the ABC’s of Germanic race theory. Includes many color illustrations and graphs, including several on Jews. 24 cm. In German. Includes the basics of genetics, as well as much on racially superior traits and the negative role of Jews in German society. In his “Anti-Semitism and Schooling Under the Third Reich” (Routledge, 2002) Gregory Wegner cites this work as an example of one with "brief writings on the Jewish question intended for a young readership.” Claudia Koonz also cites this title in her 2003 work “The Nazi Conscience.” Also included, with image, in the Wiener Library's online exhibit, "A is for Adolf: Teaching German Children Nazi Values. "(https://wienerholocaustlibrary.org/exhibition/a-is-for-adolf-teaching-ger man-children-nazi-values-2 ). One picto-graph shows the German people as the most crowded people in Europe, needing obvious “lebensraum,” with other regions full of clearly unneeded open space (!), ready to invade. SUBJECT(S): Human genetics. Heredity. Race. OCLC: 652208. OCLC lists only 7 copies worldwide (Northwestern, Harvard, OSU, German Ntl Lib, Justus-Liebig-Universitat Tel Aviv University, McGill), only 3 in the US. Two tiny period spine labels, Very Good Condition. (KH-8-44-AF).