Bound hardcover book with accompanying mailing envelope and label. Book has red fabric cover, title is embossed at centre in gold. Envelope is beige, has lighter beige mailing label affixed on front. Label is printed in red ink, space for sender, name and rank of soldier, and military mail number. On right is printed that the envelope contains Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler. 'Feldpost Bücher' is printed around an insignia of an eagle standing on a circle with a large E inside it, with the letters F V printed vertically between the horizontal lines of the E. Form is blank. Narrative: This edition of Mein Kampf was issued by the Post Office of the Third Reich in 1940, designed to be sent to loved ones fighting on the front. It was an unabridged edition that combined both volumes of the book into a slim book.
580 pages, black text, with black and white photographs. Outside edge of the pages are also red. Gold embosed lettering along spine, with gold eagle, wings spread, head turned to the right, holding a wreath with a swastika in the middle.
Narrative: First illustrated English edition of Hitler's Mein Kampf.
128 pages, hardcover bound book. Slim, light blue cover with brown title lettering. Autobiography of the author, Jakob Wasserman. Narrative: Jakob Wasserman (1873-1934) was a German-Jewish author and novelist. His works, particularly this autobiography, dealt with Jewish and German issues and identities. Popuiar in the 1920s, he was elected to the Prussian Academy of Art in 1926, but resigned in 1933. His books were banned in Germany that same year. He died of a stroke in 1934.