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Landvolk in Not. Wer hilft? Adolf Hitler!


Published by Wilh. Murr, Stuttgart, 1932
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8vo. Original b/w illustrated wraps. 20pp. (including wrappers). Drawing on front cover shows a farmer and his wife in despair as a figure, representing death, looms over their farm in the background. Landvolk in Not. Wer hilft? Adolf Hitler! translates to: Farmers in despair. Who can help? Adolf Hitler! Scarce National Socialist pamphlet for the 1932 German Landtagswahlen (state parliament elections), which were held on April 24, 1932 in Württemberg, Prussia and Bavaria. This pamphlet was published for the voters in Württemberg. The Nazis won the majority of seats. The election took place two weeks after the second Reichspräsidentenwahl in which Paul von Hindenburg won 49,6% of the votes ahead of Hitler (30%). Pamphlet appeals to German farmers that the only way out of the depression and economic crisis is Adolf Hitler. Text in German, gothic script.Age wear, sunning and some creasing on wraps. Vertical crease on pamphlet affecting pages throughout. Lower part of rear wrapper near spine slightly chipped. Overall fair to good condition. Scarce. Contents:Frage 1 und 2: Agrarvorläge der Regierung Brüning-SchieleFrage 3: Interpellationen (Regierungsanfragen). 1) Abkehr von Zoll- und Handelspolitik 2) Zölle für Gartenbauerzeugnisse 3) Einfuhrverbot für gebleichtes Weizenmehl 4) Weizenkleiezoll 5) Zollschutz für Holz 6) Einfuhrverbot amerikanischer Aepfel 7) Kohlehyrathaltige Futtermittel 8) Auslandsfuttergerste 9) Ausländischer Hopfen 10) Auslandsmehl 11) Verbilligung deutschen FrischfleischesFrage 4 und 5: Sonstige Anträge: a) Beseitigung der Zins- und Kreditknechtschaft b) Dünger- und Erntefinanzierungskredite c) GartenbaukrediteFrage 6: SteuersenkungenFrage 7: Hebung des Absatzes: c) Lieferungsgeschäfte d) Eierhandel e) Roggenbrotverbrauch f-h) InlandsgetreideFrage 8: Entlastung der Ausgabenseite: a) Düngemittelpreise c(?, no b) FrachtermäßigungFrage 9: Hilfe für besonders notleidende LandwirtschaftFrage 10: Schicksal aller AnträgeFrage 11 und 12: Auszug der nat.-soz. Abg. aus dem ReichstagFrage 13: Gefrierfleisch, ButterzollFrage 14 und 15: Stellung der Nationalsozialisten zum Eigentum, Punkt 17Frage 16: Nationalsozialismus und MarxismusFrage 17: Sozialversicherung und ArbeitslosenunterstützungFrage 18: Gewerkschaften und TarifeFrage 19 bis 21: Nationalsozialismus und KommunismusFrage 22: Stellung der Nationalsozialisten zu Pensionen und GehälternFrage 23: Bauernbund und MinistergehälterFrage 24: Nationalsozialisten und eigene GehälterFrage 25: Stellung der NSDAP zu anderen ParteienFrage 27 bis 31 (no 26 listed): Arbeit des Bauernbundes in WürttembergFrage 32: Warum Arbeiterpartei?. Bookseller Inventory # 32989

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Title: Landvolk in Not. Wer hilft? Adolf Hitler!

Publisher: Wilh. Murr, Stuttgart

Publication Date: 1932

Binding: Softcover

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