The International: Volume 4 Number 2, February 1915
by Viereck, George Sylvester, editor
New York: The International Monthly, Inc, 1915. Magazine. pp36-64, wraps worn and stained with several closed tears at edges, a few pages creased, slightly musty. With an article by Maxwell Bodenheim. Viereck was the immigrant son of a Marxist, gay poet ("Nineveh and Other Poems") and pro-German publisher and editor during 1908-1950s who interviewed Hitler and became a Nazi apologist. "The International" was a pro-German monthly with contributions by pacifists, Free-Thinkers, gay and lesbian writers and artists. It became "The Fatherland" between the wars. Viereck was later the author of the 1952 Men Into Beasts, a memoir of his time in prison which was published as a gay pulp. (Inventory #: 230159)
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