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Die Sendung des Nordens

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First edition of Die Sendung des Nordens: Der Sinn des Deutschen Freiheitskampfes by Reinhold Wulle, from the personal library of Adolf Hitler.

This work translates as: The Mission of the North: The Meaning of the German Struggle for Freedom.

Octavo, 228pp, [4]. Thick paper boards, text printed in red and black. Light wear to fore edge, corners bumped. Free of notes or marginalia. Includes the stamp of “Adolf Hitler” on title page, with his bookplate on front endpaper.

Reinhold Wulle (1882-1950) was a German politician and journalist, active in the Völkisch movement, which advocated for an ethno-nationalist government and rejection of cultural modernity. Wulle joined the German Völkisch Freedom Party in 1922, and eventually formed an alliance with the nascent Nazi party after 1925. Wulle was initially a strong supporter of Hitler and the Nazi ideology, believing it was a transition period back to the Prussian Monarchy, but quickly became disillusioned. He was imprisoned by Hitler in 1938, but survived his time in “protective custody” and was freed before the end of World War II.

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