London: World Jewish Congress, British Section, 1966. First edition. Softcover. vg+. Octavo. 30 (2)p. Original illustrated yellow wraps with black lettering on cover. Jewish Topics of Today No. 9. Two page introductory, historical overview of the Austrian development in regards to anti-Semitism starting with 1871, in particular the anti-Semitic platforms of the various political parties. Introductory essay and compilation of historical documents by Joachim Prinz, a German-American Rabbi and Zionist leader. He describes the special political relation between Austria and Germany as opposed to the European countries that were victims of German imperialism. Contains chapters on Austria's "Denazification: Minimal Performance," "Judges, Juries and War Criminals", "The Lagging Restitution Programme," as well as the education of the postwar generation, "Neo-Nazis and Extremists," the postwar political climate and ends with "A Call to Action." Notes and sources at rear. Overall in very good+ condition. (Inventory #: 40923)
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