The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
Editions of The Protocols
First publication of The Protocols
Programma zavoevaniya mira evreyami
Writers, editors, and publishers associated with The Protocols
Carl Ackerman · Boris Brasol
G. Butmi · Natalie de Bogory
Denis Fahey · Henry Ford · L. Fry
Howell Gwynne · Harris Houghton
Pavel Krushevan · Victor Marsden
Sergei Nilus · George Shanks
Fyodor Vinberg · Clyde J. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion ( Protocols of the wise men of Zion, Library of Congress 's Uniform Title; "Протоколы The Protocols, or The Protocols of Zion, are the briefest two common English language titles of the writing more popularly known in the United States as Znamya or Znamia (Знамя literally Banner) was a Saint Petersburg daily newspaper established by an ultra-nationalist journalist Pavel Krushevan Carl William Ackerman (January 16 1890–October 9 1970 was a journalist and author Boris Leo Brasol (or Brazol) (1885 Poltava - 1963 a White Russian, a Russian immigrant to the United States, lawyer and a literary G Butmi (Георгий Васильевич Бутми-де-Кацман Czech: Boutmy) b See also Protocols of the Elders of Zion Natalie de Bogory, (also deBogory) is primarily known for her notorious work in translating from the Russian Father Denis Fahey ( 1883 - January 21 1954) was an Irish Catholic Priest. Henry Ford ( July 30, 1863 &ndash April 7, 1947) was the American founder of the Ford Motor Company and father of L (Leslie Fry (pen name of Paquita de Shishmareff) is primarily known for her authorship of Waters Flowing Eastward Howell Arthur Keir Gwynne, CH (1865-1950 was a British author newspaper editor of the London Morning Post since 1911 Harris Ayers Houghton (born February 25, 1874) was a professional physician and military officer of the United State during and shortly after World Pavel Aleksandrovich Krushevan (Павел Александрович Крушеван Pavel Cruşeveanu (– was a journalist editor publisher and an official in the Imperial Victor Emile Marsden (1866 - 1920 d October 28 1920 was a Journalist and Translator, best known for translating the most widespread English language Sergei Alexandrovich Nilus (also Sergiei, Sergyei, Sergius, Serge; Russian: Сергей Александрович Нилус George Shanks. The true first translator--identified only in 1978--of the Protocols of Zion into the English language for publication by The Britons Fyodor Viktorovich Vinberg ( Фёдор Викторович Винберг) 27 Wright
Debunkers of The Protocols
Vladimir Burtsev · Norman Cohn
John S. Curtiss · Philip Graves
Pierre-André Taguieff · Lucien Wolf
Influenced by The Protocols
The International Jew
The Jewish Bolshevism · Mein Kampf
Clyde James Wright (b. Vladimir L'vovich Burtsev (Владимир Львович Бурцев November 17 1862 &ndash August 21 1942) was a revolutionary activist Norman Rufus Colin Cohn FBA ( 12 January 1915 &ndash 31 July 2007) was a British academic, Historian John S Curtiss, John Shelton Curtiss (b 1899 is an American historian and historical scholar of old Yankee stock For the Vertigo Comics character see Agent Graves. Philip Perceval Graves ( February 25 1876 &ndash June 3 Michael Hagemeister (born 9 January 1951, Ellwangen Germany is a contemporary German scholar historian and slavist and one of the world's foremost authorities Pierre-André Taguieff, born in 1946 in Paris, is a Philosopher, Historian and political economist, and director of research at CNRS Lucien Wolf (born 1857 in London; died 1930 was an English Jewish Journalist, historian and advocate of Jewish rights The International Jew is a four volume set of Booklets or Pamphlets originally published and distributed in the early 1920s by Henry The Jewish Bolshevism, is a 31- or 32-page antisemitic Pamphlet published in London in 1922 and 1923 by the Britons Publishing Mein Kampf ( English: My Struggle/My Battle) is a book by Adolf Hitler. 1878), is the infamous antisemite and editor of the 71 pp. Antisemitism (alternatively spelled anti-semitism or anti-Semitism; also rarely known as judeophobia) is the Prejudice against or hostility (February 1934) version of the notorious Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion. Year 1934 ( MCMXXXIV) was a Common year starting on Monday (link will display full 1934 calendar of the Gregorian calendar. The Protocols, or The Protocols of Zion, are the briefest two common English language titles of the writing more popularly known in the United States as It was an imprint of the Pyramid Book Shop, its publisher which at the time was located in Houston, Texas, but operated out of a PO Box: P. In the Publishing Industry, an imprint can refer to two different things It can mean a Brand name under which a work is published O. 2544 - Fairview Sta.
, 1934, 71pp. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion ( Protocols of the wise men of Zion, Library of Congress 's Uniform Title; "Протоколы
- LC Control No. : 34018166
- Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc. )
- Uniform Title: "Protocols of the wise men of Zion. A uniform title in Library cataloging is a title assigned to a work which either has no title or has appeared under more than one title The Protocols of the Elders of Zion ( Protocols of the wise men of Zion, Library of Congress 's Uniform Title; "Протоколы "
- Main Title: Protocols of the meetings of the learned elders of Zion; Victor E. Marsden’s translation of the Nilus documents, edited by Clyde J. The Protocols, or The Protocols of Zion, are the briefest two common English language titles of the writing more popularly known in the United States as Victor Emile Marsden (1866 - 1920 d October 28 1920 was a Journalist and Translator, best known for translating the most widespread English language Sergei Alexandrovich Nilus (also Sergiei, Sergyei, Sergius, Serge; Russian: Сергей Александрович Нилус Wright.
- Published/Created: Houston, Tex. , Pyramid book shop, 1934. Year 1934 ( MCMXXXIV) was a Common year starting on Monday (link will display full 1934 calendar of the Gregorian calendar.
- Related Names:
- Marsden, Victor E. (Victor Emile), 1866-1920, translator.
- Wright, Clyde James, 1878-
- Nilus, Sergiel Aleksandrovich, 1862-
- Description: 71 p. 22 cm.
- Notes: On cover: Reprint by the Pyramid book shop.
- The Protocols were published for the first time in 1905 at Tsarskoe Selo in a book by S. Nilus.
- Subjects: Jewish question. The Jewish question was an issue for discussions and debate particularly in western and Central Europe, during the French Revolution and into the
- Communism--Soviet Union.
- LC Classification: DS145 . P5 1934
- Dewey Class No. : 296
- Other System No. : (OCoLC)13937555
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion ( Protocols of the wise men of Zion, Library of Congress 's Uniform Title; "Протоколы
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