The Soviet-Nazi Non-Aggression Pact: Radio speech of Mr. Phil Frankfeld, State Secretary, Communist Party of Massachusetts. With Additions. Delivered over Station WBZ Boston. Friday, August 25, at 7:15 p.m. Phil Frankfeld.

The Soviet-Nazi Non-Aggression Pact: Radio speech of Mr. Phil Frankfeld, State Secretary, Communist Party of Massachusetts. With Additions. Delivered over Station WBZ Boston. Friday, August 25, at 7:15 p.m.

[Boston?]: [Communist Party of Massachusetts], [1939]. Presumed First Edition. A defense of the Soviet-Nazi "non-aggression pact," delivered over WBZ in Boston just days before the outbreak of World War II. Phil Frankfeld, the state secretary of the Communist Party of Massachusetts, maintained that the pact preserved peace. He also said, "It is a well-known fact that the Soviet Union has never desired a foot of any other nation's territory...." 4to (11 inches / 28 cm), [1], 5 pages, stapled mimeographed sheets, printed rectos only. Light wear and toning. A Very Good copy. Rare; no copies listed in OCLC WorldCat. No other copies in commerce as of November 30, 2016. RARE. Item #1216

The Soviet-Nazi agreement caused widespread consternation within the Communist Party and led many members to quit the party.

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