To-Day's Greatest Problem

By: Field, A. N. [Arthur Nelson (1882-1963)]

Price: NZ$114.75

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Previous owner's signature and bookseller's rubber stamp on title page. A couple of leaves opened roughly, leaving a few small 1/4" chips and tears to the blank outer margin. Some rusting to staples.; First thus, reprinted from Field's newspaper the "Examiner". Series title: "Examiner Pamphlets". The "Examiner" was a newspaper published in Nelson, New Zealand from 1936 to 1939 by A. N. Field in which he presented his right-wing political theories. The name of the paper derives from the earlier 19th century Nelson newspaper "The Examiner". 36 pages. Printed orange paper wrappers. Page dimensions: 184 x 125mm. Revisionist history. An anti-Jewish work. "An outline of the Jewish question". Subjects briefly covered include: ancient history of the Jews, modern history of the Jews; world finance; United States Federal Reserve system; Bolshevism; disputed passages in the Talmud; Jewish converts to Christianity; non-Jewish views; the Kol Nidre prayer; Jewish Kahals; Benjamin Franklin and the Jews. [Bibliographical reference: Bagnall F324]

Title: To-Day's Greatest Problem

Author Name: Field, A. N. [Arthur Nelson (1882-1963)]

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Nelson, A. N. Field: 1938

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 13789

Keywords: Anti-Semitism