1930s German-English publishers?

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1930s German-English publishers?

Post by Vance Pollock » 02 May 2003 11:42

I have occassionally run across German "propaganda" from the 1930s in English. Just now I want to know something about M. Müller & Sohn K.G., Berlin SW 68. I have a booklet put out by them in English titled, "Speech Delivered in the Reichstag April 28th, 1939; By Adolf Hitler, Führer and Chancellor." It is completely free of ANY symbols, the most obvious thing absent being the swasktika. Can someone tell me, who were the targeted readers of such materials? I have seen also leaflets from the Fichte Bund in Hamburg and Welt Dienst or World Service. What are the names of others? Were some pro-German publishers actually translating into English without the seal of approval from the Nazi Party?

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