Paris: G. Mazeyrie, n.d. (1942?). 8vo. (210 x 130 mm).  pp., each one illustrated by Marcel Mars-Trick. Some staining at top of wrappers and elsewhere, some toning in the text, 1" vertical tear on the bottom of (unnumbered) page 5/6. Suitable for exhibition and study. Very good. Item #3273
FRENCH ANTI-SEMITIC ABCs FOR CHILDREN. Festooned with balloons and letters of the alphabet, covers of the present pamphlet are innocuous; however, the contents are abhorrent. The text and illustrations encouraged French children (and their parents and teachers) to collaborate with the Nazis, and to spread hate against Jews, Freemasons, Americans, and the English.
NO COPY IN THE BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE.
This rare ABCs chapbook was designed "for use by small children who learn to read and adults who do not yet understand French" (sic). It is filled with stereotypical Jewish caricatures, accompanied by verses in French that spew nationalistic and racist hatred. On page  two Jewish men gaze at the French ship Normandie leaving NYC, in front of which the Statue of Liberty holds a Menorah. The author / illustrator, Marcel Mars-Trick, was a known anti-semite; the present pamphlet is one of several vile pieces that issued from his pen.
Translated from the original French, we cite only a few egregious quatrains:
E (for "Europe"):
Europe is for Europeans
On this we have to explain
Here we want Aryans
(A warning to the Jew)
I (for "Isaac" and "Israel"):
The first warmongers,
Were all the Isaacs of Israel
Get out of here ... to England
Or to the devil, for their destruction.
J (for "Juif"):
Let the Jew go wherever he wants,
As long as this place is clean,
Alas! We will not be able to recover
Much of our assets.
U (for "Unis")
United, the peoples of Europe
Will henceforth live in peace
Get rid of the British Islanders:
Agitators more than secularists!
Y (for "Yankees" and "Youpins" [i.e. "Kikes"])
Last defenders of the golden calf
Americans, Kikes, holding onto their treasure,
Waiting, there, for the auspicious moment
To jump on a profit.
Combined searches in OCLC, KVK, CCFr, and COPAC produce the following census:
UNITED STATES: Holocaust Museum, Princeton, Brandeis, McMaster University, Museum of Jewish Heritage NYC; GERMANY: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin; FRANCE: Saint Denis Mediatheque Centrale, Besanson Bibl. Municipale, Bibliotheque de l'Alliance Israelite universelle (Paris) and the Musee Judaisme (Paris).
Not in the Bibliotheque Nationale; no copy in the U.K.