Daze of future past
I love stories from years ago that when written told of a distant future, now in our real life past. That describes this Stuart Taylor story from Jumbo Comics #89, published in 1946.
Alex Blum does the artwork for this story. It was probably written by his daughter, Toni, writer for the Iger shop, supplier of material to Fiction House. We get their impression of the faraway future world of 1975, where Adolf Hitler, who is still alive, is again planning world domination. And how does Stuart Taylor know this? Because some dumb Nazi drops the original plans for world domination out the window and Stuart finds them!
I love the clothing styles of "1975." Hitler in short pants and sports coat. How chic.
In the real world we know that Hitler didn't survive until 1975, but if he had he would have been 86. Many people live to that age and beyond. But the Hitler in this story looks much like he did in his prime.
Thanks to Marble River for the scans.