The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book pub. in in Germany by Ernst Hiemer. Stories by Ernst Hiemer. Pictures by Fips. The Poisonous. Mushroom. 1. Hiemer, Ernst. DER GIFTPILZ (THE POISONOUS MUSHROOM) - Verlag Der Sturmer, Nurnberg - (Nazi Children s Book) DER GIFTPILZ. Der Giftpilz [Ernst Hiemer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lang: German, Pages 60, It is the reproduction of the original edition.
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Der Giftpilz The Poisonous Mushroom: This is the cover of the book. It looks like the number six The filthy, protruding ears In his diary entry for 29 May he writes: The second one has rather shorter versions of the stories. Der Giftpilz The Poisonous Mushroom: Ernst hiemer der giftpilz is the cover of the book.
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Defying logic, the stories taught that Jews were cunning but also stupid; too lazy to ernst hiemer der giftpilz, yet fanatically dedicated to destroying the Aryan ""race""; that they were money-worshipping capitalists but also capitalist-bashing Bolsheviks.
The illustrations portrayed non-Jews as fair-haired, attractive, ideal Aryans.
Each of the three books were aimed especially at children and each of the books contains short ernst hiemer der giftpilz for children together with an anti-Jewish illustration telling them how to recognize a Jew, his criminal and mean nature and so on.
The title itself is self-explanatory and in the story in the book it tells about a poisonous mushroom: