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Cover: Black text with red design; Interior: 39 numbered pages
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: The Voice of Our Ancestors by “Wulf Sorenson” thought by some a pen name for Heinrich Himmler, but most certainly was Fritjof Fischer who founded the Nordland-Verlag publishing house – publisher of this and other anti-Semitic tracts—and was known to use a variety of pen names. It is an essay expressing the significance of Paganism and racial memory. Written in 1935, it is an incendiary call against Jews and a rejection of Judeo-Christian values in general (“the depraved colored Hebrew rabble”) in favor of a return to the Nordic attitudes and bearing of the pre-Christian, Nordic man.
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Wulf Sorensen, Heinrich Himmler, Fritjof Fischer, Paganism, Race Theory
1933-1938: Nazification and Early Stages of Persecution: Identification, Expropriation and Aryanization; and Emigration; First Concentration Camps; Sterilization and Euthanasia Program; Internment Camps
"Die Stimme der Ahnen [The Voice of Our Ancestors]" (1935). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2016.1.49.