London: Macmillan Publishers, , – 3 The edition in question was entitled Die Zionistischen Protokolle. Das Programm der internationalen Geheim- regierung. Mit einem Vor – und Nachwort von Theodor Fritsch. Leipzig: Hammer . “Die zionistischen Protokolle”, Aufl. , ed. Theodor Fritsch (im Kasino von der “Nationalen Front” zum Verkauf angeboten), vgl. auch Expl. mit Stempel . Roderich-Stoltheim, F. [d.i. Theodor Fritsch]: Einstein’s Truglehre. Um die Echtheit der zionistischen Protokolle. München: Vlg. Aufsätze Hrsg . v.
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One of Fritsch’s major goals was to unite all antisemitic political parties under a single banner; he wished for antisemitism to permeate the agenda of every German social and political organization.
An inflammatory article published in earned him a charge of defamation of religious societies and disturbing the public peace. This effort proved largely to be a failure, as by there were over various antisemitic parties in Germany. Influenced by racist Ariosophic theories, it was one of the first political groups to adopt the swastika symbol. A believer in the absolute superiority of the Aryan race, Fritsch was upset by the changes brought on by rapid industrialization and urbanization, and called for a return to the traditional peasant values and customs of the distant past, which he believed exemplified the essence of the Volk.
Fritsch also founded an anti-semitic journal – the Hammer in and this became the basis of a movement, the Reichshammerbund, in His antisemitic writings did much to influence popular German opinion against Jews in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Theodor Fritsch – Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia
He only served until the next election in December, The ideas espoused by the work greatly influenced Hitler and the Nazis during their rise to power after World War I. Works A believer in the absolute superiority of the Aryan race, Fritsch was upset by the changes brought on by rapid industrialization and urbanization, zionistisvhen called for a return to the traditional peasant values and customs of the distant past, which he believed exemplified the essence of the Volk.
He is not to be confused with his son, also Theodor Fritsch —likewise a bookseller and member of the SA.
In he founded the “Saxon Small Business Association. The party was renamed German Reform Party inachieving sixteen seats. When he changed his name to Fritsch is unclear.
In he sent several editions to Friedrich Nietzsche but was brusquely dismissed. He gained independence in through the founding of a technical bureau associated with a publishing firm.
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Fritsch was sentenced to one week in prison, and received another ten-day term in Riddle of the Jew’s Success Die zionistischen protokolle theodor fritsch hoerbuch 3h 36m. He died shortly after the Nazi seizure of power at the age of 80 in Gautzsch today part of Markkleeberg. Pages for German Sense — Contents Die zionistischen protokolle theodor fritsch hoerbuch 3h 36m Die zionistischen protokolle theodor fritsch hoerbuch 3h 36m Life Publishing Political activities Works References He is not to be confused with his son, zionistoschen Theodor Fritsch —likewise a bookseller and member of fritschh SA.
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Vastly popular, the book was read by millions and was in its 49th edition by frotsch The party failed, however, to achieve significant public recognition. InFritsch published his most famous work, The Handbook of the Jewish Question also known as the Anti-Semitic Catechism which leveled a number of conspiratorial charges at European Jews and called upon Germans to refrain from intermingling with them.
He also established the secret Germanenorden in that year. Die zionistischen protoiolle theodor fritsch hoerbuch 3h 36m.
He offered editorship to right-wing politician Max Liebermann von Sonnenberg inwhereafter it became an organ for Sonnenberg’s German Social Party under the name “German Social Articles. In Fritsch founded the Reichshammerbund Reich’s Hammer League as an antisemitic collective movement. Publishing Fritsch created an early discussion forum, “Antisemitic Correspondence” in for antisemites of various political persuasions.
Four of his siblings died in childhood.
1932 – Theodor Fritsch – Die zionistischen Protokolle (2008, 3h 36m)
He attended vocational school Realschule in Delitzsch where he learned casting and machine building. Roderich-Stoltheim An anagram of his full name. Fritsch created an early discussion forum, “Antisemitic Correspondence” in for antisemites of various political persuasions. Members of these groups formed the Thule Society inwhich eventually sponsored the creation of the Nazi Party. In the same year Fritsche found employment in a Berlin machine shop.