Octavo, 320pp. Black cloth, title in gilt on spine. English text edition. Light foxing along top edge, not affecting text. In publishers first edition dust jacket, near fine, light wear at edges. An attractive copy of this historically important work.
Comments: Hans Michael Frank was a member of German Workers’ Party, later known as the Nazi Party. He was a confidant of Adolf Hitler, taking part in the failed Beer Hall Putsch of 1923. After Hitler’s rise to Chancellor, Frank became a member of the Cabinet with no specific portfolio. After the invasion of Poland in 1939, he was appointed governor-general of the occupied territories. He would be tried at the Nuremberg Trials and was sentenced to death in 1946.