[ANTISEMITIC PROPAGANDA] WULLE, Reinhold
Deutschvoelkische Freiheitsbewegung. Deutschen Gruss Zuvor!
Berlin: Deutschvolkische Freiheitsbewegung. N.d. (1930). Leaflet (single sheet folded to make 4pp). Archival stamp of Sammlung F.J.M. Rehse to cover. Paper toned; faint creases; Very Good. Tract by Wulle, a leading figure in the Deutschvolkische Freiheitsbewegung (National Freedom Movement); attacks the emergency proclamations of Chancellor Heinrich Bruning. Bruning, a centrist, assumed the Chancellorship in 1930, at height of the Depression in Germany, and quickly instituted a number economic decrees which proved highly unpopular with the lower and middle classes. The susceptibility of Bruning's government to attacks from both the left and rght significantly abetted Hitler's rise to power. Reinhold Wulle (1882-1950) was a leading figure in the Volkisch movements of the 1930s; at first supportive of Hitler and the Nazis, he grew increasingly critical of Hitler's political tactics (but not of his ideology); he was finally arrested and interned at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Rare; OCLC finds no locations for this or any other DVFB publication. Octavo.