By George Lincoln Rockwell

An attractively illustrated poem about the perils of immigration. The story is clear but the message for patriots who suffer from all the restrictions of political correctness is also important. Parables, cartoons, music and sybolism can be used to frustrate those people who devote their lives to preventing any with whom they disagree from speaking.

This wonderful and inspiring book, which is in colour, was based upon the poem of the same name written by George Lincoln Rockwell who was the Leader of the American Nazi Party. It was reproduced in various formats over the years, but this production is really the best ever. It can be recommended for young and well as old.