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Interesting Russian language antisemitic pamphlet

Article about: I came across this a few months ago for a few dollars and decided that it would be an interesting thing to buy, although I can't read any of it. There are several pages, all written in Russi

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    Default Interesting Russian language antisemitic pamphlet

    I came across this a few months ago for a few dollars and decided that it would be an interesting thing to buy, although I can't read any of it. There are several pages, all written in Russian. I believe the title refers to something about 'Judeo-Bolshevism.' Interestingly, it seems to have been printed in the United States in 1932. Here's a scan of the cover:

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    The label on the front is covering some sort of caricature or cartoon-type illustration.

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    Interesting!

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Interesting that it has Cyrillic's, that we're put out of use during the revolution (1917). It's from the USA most likely because of whites that fled Russia during the Civil War. A lot of them dreamed of returning to Russia and overthrowing the communist regime.

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    Quote by Aleksander P View Post
    Interesting that it has Cyrillic's, that we're put out of use during the revolution (1917). It's from the USA most likely because of whites that fled Russia during the Civil War. A lot of them dreamed of returning to Russia and overthrowing the communist regime.
    Thanks for the extra information, Aleksander! Certainly whatever group put this out must have been exiled, but I wonder whether or not the pamphlet was meant for circulation amongst Russian-speaking American immigrants or distributed illicitly to people still living in Russia.

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    No problem, it's an interesting artifact. I really cant say for sure, but I'd think it was distributed amongst the Russian speaking population in the USA.

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    Quote by Aleksander P View Post
    No problem, it's an interesting artifact. I really cant say for sure, but I'd think it was distributed amongst the Russian speaking population in the USA.
    I would agree with that. I know there were several Russian national socialist parties operating outside of Russia, including at least one in the United States.

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    Quote by Erno View Post
    I would agree with that. I know there were several Russian national socialist parties operating outside of Russia, including at least one in the United States.
    The one you linked is the same party as in the pamphlet. Definitely an interesting artifact and I think it's a steal for only a few dollars.

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    Quote by Aleksander P View Post
    The one you linked is the same party as in the pamphlet. Definitely an interesting artifact and I think it's a steal for only a few dollars.
    Are you sure it's the same party? The Wikipedia article states that it was founded in 1933, yet the pamphlet is dated 1932. Perhaps it was created by the founder before the party existed and then overstamped with the logo.

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    I think it is. The pamphlet has abbreviation of the party "VFP" (ВФП) and the Wikipedia article reads the same "and the creation of the All-Russia Fascist Party (VFP). The new organisation was intended to connect the RFP's organizational structure with the financial resources of the VFO. April 26, 1934 in Harbin on 2-m (Unity) Congress of Russian Fascists happened formal association VFO and the RFP and the creation of the All-Russia Fascist Party."

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    Wikipedia is not guaranteed to be correct.

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