Translated from the SS original. The author (of at least a part) had travelled extensively throughout the United States both before and after the great stock market collapse of 1929. Not surprisingly, he shows mixed feelings toward America. On the one hand is awe for the vastness and beauty of the land and respect for the accomplishments of the predominantly Germanic colonists and pioneers. On the other hand is outrage over the rape of the land by big business and the domination of American life by a relatively small Jewish minority, resulting in America becoming Europe’s enemy in the rear during the German-led struggle against the Asiatic Soviet Union... Likewise the Anglo-American is viewed both as a Germanic brother folk and as a negative influence in the sense of plutocratic exploitation. (Interestingly, hardcore Anglo-American agitation to save “mother England” is not even briefly mentioned. America’s entry into World War One is attributed to the interests of! capital, and in World War Two to Jewry.) Instead, emphasis is put on the emergence of the non-European power USA as Europe’s competitor and as a bad influence on European culture.
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