Paris, Le Comité d'Action antibolchevique, .
A double-sided six-panel leporello (112 × 558 mm), folding down to approximately 112 × 93 mm, with a captioned illustration on each of the 12 panels.
Unbound as issued; printed on newsprint (now a little tanned and lightly creased); an excellent copy.
As antisemitic as it is anticommunist, and more pro-facist than either ... Two early pages feature Marx ('La doctrine de la Haine ... issue de cerveaux juifs' [The doctrine of Hatred from Jewish brains]) and Lenin ('propagée par un fou ... contamine le Monde' [spread by a madman, contaminates the World]), but eventually, under the swastika, 'l'Allemagne la première se ressaisit et chasse le Bolchevisme'. The cover artwork is credited to Apis (the pseudonym of the French illustrator Jean Chaperon, 1887-1969), and it would appear that he was responsible for the entire content. A virulently anti-Semitic leaflet in uniform format also appeared under his name around the same time.