Liberty Bell Publications

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Liberty Bell Publications is a publishing entity based in Reedy, West Virginia. It re-issued an imprint in the 1980s (the exact year is not known) of the 299-page compilation of the Protocols of Zion, expanded with excerpts from Henry Ford's Dearborn Independent. The original compilation was issued in 1934 by The Patriotic Publishing Co., an unincorporated entity having operated from Chicago, Illinois. This publishing entity also publishes other antisemitic and neo-Nazi items. It is primarily this version, which is associated with Victor E. Marsden, who died in 1920, misleadingly as the "author" of the "translation." Both versions can be easily identified by the slogan at the top of the first page: "United We Fall, Divided We Stand."


Victor E. Marsden (Translator)
(Liberty Bell Publications; Reprint edition (August 28, 2004))
ISBN 1-59364-020-X
Paperback: 299 pages
Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches

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