The International Jew

"The International Jew" is a four volume set of booklets or pamphlets originally published and distributed in the early 1920s by Henry Ford, an American industrialist, automobile developer and manufacturer.

It is to be distinguished from The International Jew: The World's Problem which was the headline in The Dearborn Independent and is the name of a collection of articles serialized in "The Dearborn Independent", a newspaper owned by Ford.

It is also to be distinguished from the title of the first volume of the series, namely, The International Jew, The World's Foremost Problem (note the absence or presence of the word "Foremost" as the distinguishing mark in the subtitle). It is a compilation consisting of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" as the main and most important source. [PDFlink| [http://emperor.vwh.net/antisem/first.pdf "Jewish World Plot": An Exposure. The Source of "The Protocols of Zion". Truth at Last] |1.08 MiB by Philip Graves published in "The Times", August 16-18, 1921]

Content

After publication in the periodical, the articles were compiled into a four volume set as follows: ["The International Jew. The Worlds Foremost Problem. Being a Reprint of a Series of Articles Appearing in The Dearborn Independent from May 22 ... 1920 [to January 14, 1922] " Dearborn, Mich. Dearborn Publishing Co., 1920-1922]

* Volume 1: The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem (1920):
* Volume 2: Jewish Activities in the United States (1921):
* Volume 3: Jewish Influence in American Life (1921):
* Volume 4: Aspects of Jewish Power in the United States (1922)

Libel suit, 1927

A libel lawsuit brought by San Francisco lawyer and Jewish farm cooperative organizer Aaron Sapiro in response to antisemitic remarks led Ford to close the "Independent" in December 1927. News reports at the time quoted him as being shocked by the content and having been unaware of its nature. During the trial, the editor of Ford's "Own Page", William John Cameron, testified that Ford had nothing to do with the editorials even though they were under his byline. Cameron testified at the libel trial that he never discussed the content of the pages or sent them to Ford for his approval. [Lewis, (1976) pp. 140-156; Baldwin p 220-221.] Investigative journalist Max Wallace noted that "whatever credibility this absurd claim may have had was soon undermined when James M. Miller, a former "Dearborn Independent" employee, swore under oath that Ford had told him he intended to expose Sapiro. [Wallace, p. 30.] According to Michael Barkun, "That Cameron would have continued to publish such controversial material without Ford's explicit instructions seemed unthinkable to those who knew both men. Mrs. Stanley Ruddiman, a Ford family intimate, remarked that "I don't think Mr. Cameron ever wrote anything for publication without Mr. Ford's approval". [Barkun, Michael (1996). "Religion and the Racist Right: The Origins of the Christian Identity Movement". UNC Press. ISBN 0-8078-4638-4, p. 35.]

Legacy

The Patriotic Publishing Co.

In 1934, The Patriotic Publishing Co., an unincorporated entity that operated out of a post office box [P.O. Box 526, Chicago, IL] "Issued" and "Compiled and edited" "The Protocols" as an expanded 300-page tome. The expansion from less than 100 pages to 300 pages was made possible by copying substantial sections from "The Dearborn Independent". Most of the later imprints of the "Protocols" are derived from this 1934 edition.

G. F. Green and the Christian Nationalist Crusade

In June of 1949 there appeared a 174 page one volume abridgment of the text, entitled "The International Jew", subtitled "The World's Foremost Problem", and edited by G. F. Green. It was published by G. F. Green, editor of "The Independent Nationalist" with the address at 56 Gloucester Road, New Barnet, Herts, England.

The printer was H.L. Castle, Ltd., Victoria Printing Works; Watford, Herts, England. This edition sold for 9/- (British currency).

The book also sold in the United States. It is distributed by the Christian Nationalist Crusade.

This is the source of the version of the "International Jew" which currently circulates as an abridgment bearing the name of G. F. Green.

Bibliography

Primary sources

The Dearborn Independent

:::: [headline of series of articles]
*Library of Congress::Call # *DA+ (Dearborn independent) Library has: Year 19, no.11-52-year 28, no.11 (Jan. 11-Dec. 31, 1927):Title Dearborn independent (Dearborn, Mich. : 1901).: Dearborn independent.:Imprint Dearborn, Mich., Suburban Pub. Co.,:URL for this record:LOCATION CALL # STATUS:Humanities- General Research- Rm315 *DA+ (Dearborn independent) Library has: Year 19, no.11-52-year 28, no.11 (Jan. 11-Dec. 31, 1927) :Division Humanities- General Research- Rm315:Descript 28 v. ill. 40-51 cm.:Frequency Weekly:Note Began in 1901? Ceased with v.28, 1927; Cf. Ayer.: "The Ford international weekly" appears with title in masthead, .: Includes editorial page by Henry Ford.: Description based on: Vol. 7, no. 27 (Jan 31, 1908).: Published as a weekly periodical -.: Numbering irregular.: Available on microfilm from the Auburn University Libraries.:Subject Dearborn (Mich.) -- Newspapers.: Wayne County (Mich.) -- Newspapers.: United States Michigan Wayne Dearborn.:Add'l name Ford, Henry, 1863-1947.:NYPL CATNYP: [ [http://catnyp.nypl.org/search/sDearborn+Independent/sdearborn+independent/1%2C1%2C2%2CB/frameset&FF=sdearborn+independent&1%2C%2C2 The Research Libraries of The New York Public Library /All Locations ] at catnyp.nypl.org]

Volume 1

*Library of Congress::LC Control No.: 21005671:Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.):Uniform Title: The Dearborn independent. [from old catalog] :Main Title: , being a reprint of a series of articles appearing in:The Dearborn independent from May 22 to October 2, 1920.:Published/Created: [Dearborn, Mich., The Dearborn publishing, co.] 1920.:Description: 1 p.l., [5] -235 p. 19cm.:Subjects: Protocols of the wise men of Zion. Jews.:LC Classification: DS145.D5 A3:CALL NUMBER: DS145.D5 A3

Volume 2

*Library of Congress::LC Control No.: 21013445:Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.):Uniform Title: Dearborn independent. [from old catalog] : International Jew [from old catalog] :Main Title: Jewish activities in the United States;:Published/Created: [Dearborn, Mich., The Dearborn publishing co., 1921] :Description: 255 p. 20 cm.:Subjects: Jews--United States.: Jewish question. [from old catalog] :LC Classification: DS145.D5 A32

Volume 3

*Library of Congress::LC Control No.: 22009405:Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.):Uniform Title: Dearborn independent. [from old catalog] :Main Title: Jewish influences in American life;:Published/Created: [Dearborn, Mich., The Dearborn publishing co., 1921?] {1921}:Description: 256 p. 20 cm.:Subjects: Jews--United States.: Jewish question. [from old catalog] :LC Classification: DS145.D5 A32 vol. III

Volume 4

*Library of Congress::LC Control No.: 22019493:Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.):Corporate Name: The Dearborn independent.:Uniform Title: International Jew:Main Title: Aspects of Jewish power in the United States;:Published/Created: [Dearborn, Mich., The Dearborn publishing co., 1922] :Description: p. cm.:Subjects: Jews--United States.:LC Classification: DS145.D5 A36 vol. IV.:Other System No.: (OCoLC)27795584

German edition

*Library of Congress::LC Control No.: 53049221:Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.):Uniform Title: The Dearborn independent. [from old catalog] : The International Jew. German. [from old catalog] :Main Title: Der internationale Jude.:Published/Created: Leipzig, Hammer-Verlag [192- ] :Description: 2 v. 22 cm.:Subjects: Jews--United States. [from old catalog] :LC Classification: DS145.D5 A4 1920z:CALL NUMBER: DS145.D5 A4 1920z

Russian language edition

*Library of Congress::LC Control No.: 76518610:Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.):Personal Name: Ford, Henry, 1863-1947.:Uniform Title: International Jew. Russian.:Main Title: Mezhdunarodnoe evrestvo / Genri Ford ; perevod s angliskago.:Published/Created: [s.l. : s.n.] , 192-] :Related Titles: Dearborn Independent.:Description: 237 p. ; 23 cm.:Notes: Translation of a collection of unsigned articles originally appearing in the Dearborn independent May 22-Oct. 2, 1920.:Subjects: Jews--United States.:LC Classification: DS141 .D45 1920z:Language Code: rus eng:Other System No.: (OCoLC)32521103

Egyptian edition

*Henry Ford; Egyptian Translator: �Ali al-Gawhari:"The International Jew" (Arabic):(Cairo: Dar al-Fadhilah, 2001)

econdary sources

*Ford R. Bryan, "Henry's Lieutenants" (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1993) ISBN 0-8143-2428-2 (paper)
*Albert Lee, "Henry Ford and the Jews" (New York: Stein and Day, 1980) ISBN 0-8128-2701-5
*Max Wallace, "The American Axis: Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh, and the Rise of the Third Reich" (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2003) ISBN 0-312-29022-5

References

ee also

* Zionist Occupation Government
* Protocols of Zion (film)
* 9/11 advanced-knowledge debate#Israel
* New World Order (conspiracy theory)
* Psychological warfare

External links

*The New York Public Library, "Catalog Record" [http://catnyp.nypl.org/search/sInternational+Jew/sinternational+jew/1%2C2%2C2%2CB/frameset&FF=sinternational+jew&1%2C1%2C]
*Online version of text, at [http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/intern_jew.htm]
*Complete text hosted by SolarGeneral.com [http://www.solargeneral.com/pdf/InternationalJew.pdf]
* [http://www.ajcarchives.org/AJC_DATA/Files/F-46.PDF "Statement by Henry Ford" pamphelet issued by American Jewish Committee]


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