Washington: Vantage Press, (1968). First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 126 pages. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Slight rubs at spine ends. Jacket has a couple of short, closed edge tears.
The author alleges that a German man he knew in Baltimore around 1930 was actually Adolf Hitler living in the United States under an assumed name. Hance spent quite a bit of time with "Hitler" as he courted American business leaders, casually gathered military intelligence, and gauged the likelihood of American interference with future German conquests in Europe. Includes transcripts of Hance's 1940 letter to President Roosevelt concerning the matter, and the reply from Assistant Attorney General O. John Rogge.