DES GÖTZEN MOLOCH ENDE. POLITSCHE ZUKUNFTSPHANTASIE. Wolfratshausen vor München: Hoheneichen-Verlag, 1925. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 1-207 [208: ads], original decorated boards with tan cloth shelf back, spine panel printed in black, top edge stained brown. First edition. A utopian vision of National Socialism written in 1919-1920 by the author of ENGLAND AND THE GERMAN EMPIRE (1915). With advanced weaponry (ray guns) Germany and England destroy France and exile the French survivors to Africa. According to Reifenberg, a military leader will arise, sweep away party politics, become dictator, save the German people from disgrace and restore order and discipline to society. And Japan is the natural soul mate of Germany. Fisher, Fantasy and Politics: Visions of the Future in the Weimar Republic, pp. 46-55. Lexikon 2, pp. 213-4. Bloch (2002) 2525. Nagl, p. 259. A bit of scattered foxing early and late, a very good plus copy. (#132958).
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