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The Jews, and the Jews in England Anthony Mario Ludovici

The Jews, and the Jews in England

Anthony Mario Ludovici

Published 1938
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This is an exceptionally hard work to find. On Amazon, copies are rarely offered for sale, and when they are, gargantuan prices are always applied.The first thing to note is that Ludovici authored this work under a pen-name, as he assumed thatMoreThis is an exceptionally hard work to find. On Amazon, copies are rarely offered for sale, and when they are, gargantuan prices are always applied.The first thing to note is that Ludovici authored this work under a pen-name, as he assumed that putting his real name to the work would have effectively ended his career as a published writer. However, in reading the work, it is perhaps apparent that he may have been overly cautious in this act. Jews & The Jews in England isnt quite so acerbic as others, such as those by Henry Ford, Hans Schmidt, or latterly, Dr David Duke. Ludovicis tone reminds one much of that taken by Hillaire Belloc in his work, entitled simply, The Jews (1922), although Ludovici is more radical and forthright (though perhaps Belloc would have been too, had he taken use of a pseudonym?).Ludovici takes an approach that was utilized by Dr David Duke in his book (Jewish Supremacism) over 60 years later, in that he makes use of sources authored mainly by Jews themselves. Ludovici also uses classical sources such as Cicero and Seneca. Mommsens magnum opus, his History of Rome, also provides much inspiration for Ludovicis book on the Jews.The final chapter, The Influence of The Jews and the 5-page Conclusion are sterling, and separate this work from those by other authors in this very controversial topic. Ludovici handles the topic with dignity, tact and honour, while never neglecting his duty to truth and forthrightness.Try to avoid the paperback reprint by The Patriot Press (USA). It is very cheaply produced, poorly formatted with a few typos and (frustratingly) some missing footnotes. But, since an original copy is nigh on impossible for sane people to afford