He had to have war

Chicago: Women's Voice, [1957?]. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed both sides; assemblage of clippings reproduced from the anti-Semitic, far right publication Women's Voice.

Articles claim that the bombing of Pearl Harbor was undertaken not by Japanese pilots, who "were not very good fliers," but by white men following orders of Churchill and FDR in an effort to plunge the US into war. Alleged eyewitness quotations describe seeing familiar faces in the cockpits of the planes, and a coverup in which 30,000 victims of the bombing were buried in mass graves. Argues that Roosevelt's devious actions are ultimately responsible for world communism, the "Godless U.N." and the "Korean debauchery."

Cat.No: 143309

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