Jewish Ritual Murder: An Anthology —Volume 1
NEW: Volume One of the two-volume Jewish Ritual Murder Anthology Series begins with Julius Streicher’s Der Stürmer Special Ritual Murder issue and continues with Cardinal Lorenzo Ganganelli’s Report, Walsh’s Isabella of Spain, Neophytos’s A Testimony of Ritual Murder and I.I. Lytostansky’s On the Use of Christian Blood by the Jews, with a few smaller items of interest. Volume One: Softcover, 467 pages.
Jewish Ritual Murder: An Anthology—Volume 2
Volume Two of the two-volume Jewish Ritual Murder Anthology Series contains: My Irrelevant Defence by Arnold Spencer Leese, A Short Demurrer by William Prynne (1600-1669), two articles from La Civiltà Cattolica (a semi-official Vatican publication) on the subject, a fragment from the novel The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Murdered by Jews by Henri Desportes which is an account of the revolting murder of a little Christian boy in Damascus, never before published in English before this, and an article by late American writer Harold Covington. The volume concludes with another exclusive translation of Jewish Ritual Crime by Albert Monniot (1862-1938). In this famous work, Monniot puts to rest the standard counter-arguments of critics—and more. This includes information on the poisoning of Roger Gougenot des Mousseaux, another famous French murder investigator. Volume Two: Softcover, 424 pages.
Both volumes as a set: $50 plus $5 S&H inside U.S.—#935