Jerusalem, Wydawnictwo 'W. Drodze' (and 'Printed in Palestine by the "Haaretz" Press, Tel Aviv'), April 1944.
Octavo, 48 pages with a two-page introduction in Polish and 41 full-page cartoons with captions in Polish (with the occasional word in German or English).
Flush-cut two-colour pictorial card covers, with illustrations front and rear; covers lightly marked and creased; text paper uniformly tanned; a tiny sealed tear to the bottom edge of the front cover and the first three leaves; overall in excellent condition.
Powerful contemporary cartoons lampooning Hitler and Mussolini, detailing life under Nazi rule (there are a number of anti-antisemitic images), and foreshadowing the fall of Hitler and National Socialism. 'Sein Kampf' will not be confused with 'Mein Kampf'.