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  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments
  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments
  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments
  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments
  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments
  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments
  • A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments

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A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments

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A Controversial 1935 Book by Ernst Hanfstaengl Refuting NSDAP Sentiments

A propaganda book by Ernst Hanfstaenl, published by the Verlag Braune Bücher Berlin Carl Rentsch, refuting German and Foreign Anti-NSDAP Caricatures following Hitler’s rise to power. The book is titled “Hitler in caricatures of the world; deeds versus ink - a collection of images by Ernst Hanfstaengl”. Within it, Hanfstaengle collects a large number of anti-NSDAP caricatures of Adolf Hitler and members of the NSDAP. He dissects each image (“ink”) into the message it was intended to portray, with the “truth” behind the actual “deeds” of Hitler, all of which he perceives as either noble, or in the benefit of the German people. Spanning over a total of 174 pages, at the front of the book, an introduction about himself and the images he collected between 1922 and 1932, and sources for the caricatures at the rear. Measuring 255 mm x 186 mm; cardstock cover, left blank; extremely fine condition with strong spine and all pages fully intact.

Footnote: Ernst Franz Sedgwick Hanfstaengl (February 2, 1887 - November 6, 1975) was a German-American, and a close friend to Adolf Hitler before falling out of favour due to a quarrel with Propaganda Minister Dr. Joseph Goebbels, and defecting to the Allies. Hanfstaengl first met Hitler in a Munich beer hall, at which point a deep friendship was formed. As a member of German and American high society, Hanfstaengl aided Hitler polish his image following Hitler’s incarceration after the failed Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, as well as in the publication of Mein Kampf and the NSDAP’s newspaper, the Völkischer Beobachter. However, in 1933, disputes arose between Hanfstaengl and Germany’s Propaganda Minister, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, resulting from Hanfstaengl being removed from Hitler’s staff in 1933.

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