LONDON (Dec. 3)
An exhibition of anti-Semitic, neo-fascist and neo-Nazi publications, containing several hundred such items from 18 countries was opened here today. The exhibition is arranged by the World Jewish Congress.
Most of the publications on exhibit originated after World War II with special emphasis on the past decade. The exhibit also contains examples of extreme right-wing literature which were included not because such material can be classified as anti-Semitic or fascist but because it was considered potentially dangerous in its political extremism.
The publications come from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, France, Germany, Holland, Turkey, Sweden, South Africa, Britain and the United States. There are also some samples of Hungarian neo-Nazi publications, published in exile. Included are books, pamphlets, newspapers, magazines, posters, bulletins and printed declarations distributed at various gatherings of neo-fascists and anti-Semites.