The International Jew

Volumes I, II, III, & IV


Book 1—Volumes I & II: softcover • 413 pages
Book 2—Volumes III & IV: softcover • 396 pages

Famous American industrialist and automobile manufacturer Henry Ford’s (1863-1947) full, unexpurgated original of his groundbreaking study of the Jewish Question, originally published by The Dearborn Independent between 1920-22 as a four-volume set, in a completely reset edition, combines all four volumes into a handy two-volume version, without losing any of the text. This is the only complete set of all 80 unexpurgated articles, which were earlier republished in book form, but severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy.

Volumes I & II contain articles 1-42, and Volumes III & IV contain articles 43-80, with topics including foreign and domestic issues, and contain by far the best analysis of how the United States was systematically taken over by Jews after they were allowed to immigrate to that country in large numbers.

The Dearborn Independent was distributed nationwide to Ford dealer showrooms and was offered free of charge to the general public. At its peak, weekly circulation reached 700,000, and the work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner.