This alternate history, science fiction paperback has a nested narrative that tells a story within a story. On the surface, the novel presents an unexceptional pulp fiction, post-apocalypse science fiction action tale entitled ''Lord of the Swastika'' written , as it were by one Adolf Hitler - a pro-fascism narrative written by an alternate-history Adolf Hitler, who in this timeline emigrated from Germany to the United States in 1919 after the Great War, and used his modest artistic skills to become first a pulp–science fiction illustrator and later a successful science fiction writer, telling lurid, purple-prosed adventure stories under a thin science fiction-veneer. The nested narrative is followed by a faux scholarly analysis by a fictional literary critic, Homer Whipple, of New York University, which is said to have been written in 1959.
Something of a minor cult classic, this has striking cover art of Hitler on a rocket propelledmotorbike while a large phallic rocket launches behind him over a giant red swastika, As you would..
Light edgewear to the covers, esp at spine, and upper corners. Reprint of the Panther ed, 1974, first published in the UK, 1972.