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Raymond Rudman

England Under the Heel of the Jew (1918)

England Under the Heel of the Jew (1918) by Raymond Rudman

Synopsis

  • The Jews' gospel of greed‐Usury, the means of enslaving others: success the only criterion.
  • Jews the parents of the Stock Exchange
  • The Jew is the international; but the tribe is solid in spite of dispersion.
  • Lines of communication within the tribe give prior information:...

Erich Schwarzburg

How Jewry turned England into a Plutocratic State (1940)

How Jewry turned England into a Plutocratic State (1940) by Erich Schwarzburg

The Jew uses the lie as his most effective weapon to attain his goal and to conquer the world. Truth is his worst enemy. "World-Service" has taken upon itself the task of enlightening all non-Jewish peoples and of revealing to them Jewry's sinister intentions and its c...

Nesta Helen Webster

The Surrender of an Empire (1931)

The Surrender of an Empire (1931) by Nesta Helen Webster

PREFACE

IN the study of every war there are two aspects to be considered the nature and force of the attack and the organisation of the defence.

Great Britain has now been at war continuously for sixteen years, at first with Pan-Germanism and later with the world force we now know as B...

Frank Anstey

The Kingdom of Shylock

The War Loan and The War Tax (1917)

The Kingdom of Shylock (1917) by Frank Anstey

Quote from Werner Sombart - The Jews and Modern Capitalism

Where is the Englishman who does not love the land of his nativity? Where is the one who in the hour of struggle does not forget all that is bestial in her cities and remember only all that is beautiful in the things left undefiled?

About The Author

Leland Hamilton Jenks

Migration of British Capital to 1875 (1926)

Migration of British Capital to 1875 (1926) by Leland Hamilton Jenks

Preface

Marcus Aurelius, who set the fashion for acknowledgments, was able to trace with brevity yet with care the qualities of which his meditations were the fruit to the friends who had most intimately affected his character and molded his attitude toward life. Were I to be...