The Persecution of the Jews in Germany: Supplementary Bulletin No. 2 (1933)


"Further Evidence Has Accumulated
of the German Government's Fixed Determination
To Make the Lives of 
Its Jewish Subjects Insupportable..."

Stein, Leonard, editor. The Persecution of the Jews in Germany. Supplementary Bulletin No. 2. London: The Joint Foreign Committee, 1933.

Slim octavo. Paper Wrappers. 1st Edition.

First edition of this supplementary bulletin, released just a month after the Joint's second pamphlet, detailing even more discrimination against the Jews of Germany, including early reports of brutal abuses in the concentration camps. Broken into categories such as "Further Development of the Persecution"; "Nazi Terror"; and "British Opinion", this supplement deals with newly reported examples of Nazi persecution of the Jews as of 1933. The Joint exhibits extensive knowledge of persecution carried out in areas such as education, employment, and housing as openly published in newspapers. The supplement includes discussion of the early concentration camps as well as violence directed toward Jewish people and property in Germany.  Reprint of Manchester Guardian (now The Guardian) set of obituaries laid in describing the Nazi murder of a doctor and his wife's subsequent suicide. A few tiny spot to interior and only slight soiling to wrappers. A near-fine copy. Rare.