New York, NY: Today's Challenge, Inc., 1939.. 1939.. Very good.. - Octavo, 7-7/8 inches high by 5-3/8 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled light gray wrappers printed in blue. The edges of the covers are slightly darkened and the corners lightly creased. 64 pages plus a tipped- in order sheet printed on green stock. The bottom front corners of the first few pages are creased. Very good.
An original 4-page prospectus is laid in.
Subtitled the "Official Organ of the American Fellowship Forum" on the front cover, this World War Two era periodical was founded in New York City in March of 1939 in opposition to President Franklin D. Roosevelt's war efforts and in support of isolationism in America. The editor Dr. Friedrich Auhagen's article "The New Europe" praised the visionary leadership of Germany's leader, Adolf Hitler. In addition to Auhagen, the contributors consist of Lawrence Dennis, Ferdinand Cooper, Senator William E. Borah, H.S. Adams, Charles Micaud, Philip Johnson, Senator Ernest Lundeen, Hon. William R. Castle, Rep. Hamilton Fish, and George Sylvester Viereck.
RARE. WorldCat locates only 4 copies.
HISTORY; AMERICANA; MILITARY; WORLD WAR TWO; WWII; ISOLATIONISTS; TODAY'S CHALLENGE; VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE. VOL. 1, NO. 1; TWENTIETH CENTURY; 20TH CENTURY; RARE; PERIODICAL; ANTI-ROOSEVELT; AMERICAN ISOLATIONISM; PRO-GERMAN; APOLOGISTS; OFFICIAL ORGA